Dispatches
Supt. Shawn O’Reilly has been prompted from inspector. O’Reilly will lead the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary’s Criminal Investigation Division in the NEA region (Northeast Avalon).
Staff Sgt. Giles Blinn is retiring from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Fredericton, N.B., after 31 years.
Cpl. Heinz Krauss is celebrating 40 years with the West Shore RCMP in British Columbia.
Durham Regional Police Service Supt. Kim Bulloch has retired after 34 years.
Troy Cooper has been sworn in as the new chief of the Saskatoon Police Service.
Acting Supt. Stu Eley has retired from the Toronto Police Service after 43 years.
Brenda Lucki is the new commissioner designate of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
After a 36-year career in policing, Deputy Chief Jeff Bent is retiring from the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS).
Staff Sgt. Isobel Granger of the Ottawa Police Service (OPS) has been promoted to the rank of inspector — the first Black female to be promoted to this rank at OPS.
Don Head has retired as the Commissioner of Corrections for the Correctional Service of Canada after 10 years in the role. He started as a correctional officer in 1978.
After 11 years with the University of Guelph Campus Community Police, manager of operations Pat Martin has officially retired. Prior to this role, he served for 35 years with Guelph Police Service, climbing to the rank of staff sergeant.
Norm Hansen is the new chief for Sarnia Police Service, taking over for outgoing Chief Phil Nelson. Owen Lockhart will be the new deputy chief, taking over for Bob Farlow.
Blue Line columnist and OPP emergency response team member Isabelle Sauve completed a Guinness World Record at the 2018 Louisiana Marathon in Baton Rouge for the fastest handcuffed marathoners (mixed pair). Sauve and her Australian running partner, Bruno, beat the existing record by 13 minutes.
The Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, Elizabeth Dowdeswell, has presented Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) Chaplain Gary Page with the Ontario Medal of Good Citizenship.
Insp. Zvonko Horvat has been named chief of police for Aylmer Police Service. He has been in policing for 32 years, starting at Haldimand Norfolk Regional Police. In 2008 he became inspector detachment commander for Norfolk OPP.
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