Congratulations on your retirement!
Mark Brewster, an enthusiastic of the Association of Black Law Enforcers (A.B.L.E.), is retiring after an incredible 35-year career in Corrections! He started as a Correctional Officer at the Toronto "Don" Jail in 1990, taking on various leadership roles. Notably, in 2011, he joined the team for the opening of the Toronto South Detention Centre. 2014, he became a recruit training instructor and has filled diverse roles since. Mark held multiple executive positions on the Board and committees, contributing to conferences and fostering a network of law enforcement professionals across Canada and beyond. He's proud of attending every ABLE scholarship awards ball, forging lasting friendships. Last year, he received the President's Award for his unwavering A.B.L.E. support!
Mark volunteers at the Daily Bread Food Bank, mentors at-risk youth, and received the 2017 Public Heroes Award from the Intercultural Dialogue Institute for his community work with young people. Throughout his career, Mark showed leadership in many volunteer and advocacy opportunities. Mark eagerly looks forward to more volunteer work and travel in retirement.
Cheers to Mark's fantastic career and future adventures!