10 Apr 1920
Chief of Police,
I have seen the announcement in the daily papers of your retirement as
Chief of Police for the town of Simcoe. I presume you have something
else in view, but it I can be of any assistance to you I shall be glad.
I will be pleased to assure
anyone that during the two years that I was Police Magistrate for
Simcoe, and also during the year I was chairman of the Police Committee
there, I found your services highly satisfactory.
was a pleasure to have work done in the efficient, intelligent and
trustworthy manner in which I found your duties were performed.
trust your family is well, and that you will have happiness and success
Yours very truly,
W. G. Jackson