Dispatches
The Ontario Chiefs of Police Association welcomes Antje McNeely, deputy chief at Kingston Police, and Chief Shawn Devine of North Bay Police Service to its board of directors.
Perth County OPP Sgt. Greg Wilson retired after 32 years in policing, 20 of them with the OPP in Perth County. He started as a patrol officer in South Porcupine, near Timmins, Ont.
Steve Graham has retired from the board of police commissioners for the Halifax Regional Municipality.
Darren Strongman has been appointed as deputy chief of the Port Hope Police Service (PHPS).
Sgt. Michael Elliott is the new president of the Edmonton Police Association.
Deputy Chief Lee MacArthur (photo) has retired from Brockville Police Service along with Const. Robert Ferguson and civilian staff member Deena Shaw.
After a 36-year-old career in policing, Deputy Chief Jeff Bent is retiring from the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS).
Michael Bellai has been appointed as the Chief of the Saugeen Shores Police Service.
Barrie Police recently promoted Staff Sgt. R. Wyllie Allan to inspector and Sgt. Rose Richter (photo) to staff sergeant.
Const. Art Wlodyka of the New Westminster Police Department in B.C. has been recognized as one of the 150 Leading Canadians For Mental Health Police from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
RCMP Assistant Commissioner Joe Oliver was elected as vice-chair of the International Association of Chiefs of Police global policing division steering committee during IACP 2017 in Philadelphia, Penn.
Acting Chief R.H. (Rick) Head has officially become the seventh chief of Dakota Ojibway Police Service in Manitoba. He served in various roles with the RCMP for 25 years. To read Blue Line’s recent Q&A with Chief Head, visit goo.gl/k97twV.
Nathalie Castets has been selected at the new Medicine Hat Police Service Victim Assistance co-ordinator. She has been with the Victim Assistance unit since 2015.
Staff Sgt. Sony Dosanjh has been promoted to inspector at York Regional Police. He is the officer in charge for Community Services - Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Bureau, and the Community Safety Village.
The co-ordinator of Windsor Police’s Victim Assistance Unit, Patti Kelly, is retiring after 38 years with the service.

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