An Orangeville Police officer has received an award for her work in helping the town's most vulnerable citizens.
Sergeant Mary Lou Archer received the 2018 Gary Putman Award from Dufferin Child and Family Services at their recent Annual General Meeting.
This award is presented annually to an individual who has made significant contributions to the community in the areas of child safety and wellbeing, children’s mental health, developmental support services and community education.
Archer has been instrumental in supporting many of the vulnerable - including children - through her commitment and dedication to the Dufferin Situation Table.
She shares this year's award with Heather Hughes of Kerry’s Place Autism Services.