Police roll out ‘Operation Freeze,’ offering rewards for well behaved youth

The Waterloo Region Police (WRPS) and Circle K convenience stores have teamed up again this summer for Operation Freeze.

Any youth who are caught behaving well by local police officers will be given a coupon for a free Froster drink.

Youth simply have to wear a bike helmet, volunteer, pick up garbage or offer to help someone in order to get a coupon. They can take that coupon to any local Circle K convenience store to get their Froster drink.

“We are excited to once again partner with Waterloo Region Crime Stoppers and Circle K convenience stores to launch Operation Freeze,” said Mark Crowell, Chief of Police in a media release.

“It’s a great way for officers to interact with young community members, encourage positive relationships, and build a stronger community.”

The Operation Freeze program was first introduced in 2001, with this iteration running until the end of the summer.

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