REJECTION LETTER AND INFORMATION REQUEST LETTER

This letter is part of your correspondence package and will be due at the end. Due Date: submit as part of your package For rejection letter your role is: You are the Community Liaison Officer with the Toronto Police Services. Your Task: Write a rejection latter based on Scenario 1 Scenario 1 You have been invited by the director of Community Housing to attend and speak at the Community Welfare Conference in Toronto. Due to your busy schedule you are not able to accept the invitation. Using a full block layout and indirect approach, write a letter declining your invitation at the conference. Make sure to include: • Sender’s Address • Date • Recipient address (also called inside address) • Proper Salutation (e.g. Dear Recipients Name: ) • Body content (Single space and left justify each paragraph within the body of the letter. Leave a blank line between each paragraph) • Closing (For example: Thank you or Sincerely) and leave four lines between the closing and the sender’s name for a signature. • 12 font Times New Roman (TNR) • use a colon (:) after the salutation • a comma (,) after the closing A few things to keep in mind when you are writing a letter: • A letter has three parts: o an introduction that establishes the purpose o a middle that fully develops the message (as appropriate to the purpose) o a courteous, graceful closing that makes clear what you expect to happen • Plan and outline what you are going to say before you start writing • Always be brief, clear, specific and respectful • Focus your message so that it achieves your purpose Information Request Letter This letter is part of your correspondence package and will be due at the end. For information request letter your role is: You are a senior Human Resource Management Officer with Toronto Police Services. Your Task: Write an information request letter based on Scenario 2 Scenario 2 Philip Brake, Staff Sergeant from Durham Police Services has applied for Staff Inspector role with Toronto Police Services. Using a semi block layout and a direct approach, write a letter to Human Resource Manager of Durham Police Services, requesting employment information about Philip Brake. Make sure to include: • Sender’s Address • Date • Recipient address (also called inside address) • Proper Salutation (e.g. Dear Recipients Name: ) • Body content (Single space and left justify each paragraph within the body of the letter. Leave a blank line between each paragraph) • Closing (For example: Thank you or Sincerely) and leave four lines between the closing and the sender’s name for a signature. • 12 font Times New Roman (TNR) • use a colon (:) after the salutation • a comma (,) after the closing A few things to keep in mind when you are writing a letter: • A letter has three parts: o an introduction that establishes the purpose o a middle that fully develops the message (as appropriate to the purpose) o a courteous, graceful closing that makes clear what you expect to happen • Plan and outline what you are going to say before you start writing • Always be brief, clear, specific and respectful • Focus your message so that it achieves your purpose