Kinsella Named Deputy Police Chief in Hamilton

Tom Rataj
December 23, 2016
By Tom Rataj
Dan Kinsella has been named the new deputy police chief of the Hamilton Police Service in Ontario. Kinsella has been with the HPS for 30 years and has worked in uniform patrol, emergency response, the training branch and communications.
He most recently served as the superintendent in charge of investigative services. Kinsella holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Labour Studies and a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice, graduated from the Police Leadership Program at Rotman and the FBI National Academy of Quantico, Virginia. He is an Officer of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces and Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.

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