Design Grad Recognized by London Police Service
The London Police Service will host the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police 2012 Annual Meeting scheduled for June 17-20, 2012. The OACP’s annual gathering of police leaders from across Ontario is the premier event for Ontario’s police community; bring together police personnel, government officials, corporate supporters and media. The OACP’s Annual Meeting will feature many outstanding keynote presentations and workshops on issues impacting Ontario’s policing future.
London Police Service worked with Fanshawe College in selecting Frank Neufeld to design the logo for the 2012 OACP Annual Meeting.
Neufeld (in photo at right with London Police Chief Brad Duncan) is a recent graduate of the Graphic Design program at Fanshawe College. He has a strong passion for community involvement and student leadership, having used his education extensively during his time at school to assist various Non-Profit organizations. One example was a two-month trip to South Africa to strategically rebrand the National NGO - The Secretariat of the African Decade of Persons with Disabilities.
His community and school involvement along with his academic success have earned him numerous prestigious awards including The Garfield Weston Scholarship, the Silver Association of Canadian Community College Leadership Award, Fanshawe’s President’s Prize and Complete Student Award among others.
Frank is currently working full time as a graphic designer and is continuously looking for opportunities to expand his skill-sets into Interactive and 3-Dimensional design as well as photography. He hopes to plan another major international volunteer trip for next summer.
The London Police Service would like to recognize Frank for his work on the logo and wish him all the best in his future endeavours. Elinor Schwob, Development Associate Fanshawe College Foundation accompanied Frank to accept his recognition plaque on November 17, 2011.