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New Deputy Police Chief is Devine

Thursday, November 08, 2012   by: Kate AdamsNorth Bay Police Service
News Release

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Chair, Mr. Dennis O’Connor and members of the North Bay Police Services Board are pleased to announce that Inspector Shawn Devine (pictured above left) will be promoted to the position of Deputy Chief of the North Bay Police Service.

Inspector Devine is a long-time resident of North Bay graduating secondary school from Scollard Hall before obtaining a degree in Sociology from Laurentian University in 1986.

He was sworn in as a constable with our Police Service on February 1st, 1988 after competing Basic Constable training at the Ontario Police College in Aylmer.

Inspector Devine has served in the Patrol, Administration and Criminal Investigation Sections during his career. He was also seconded to work with the RCMP in February 2009 to assist with planning the G8 and G20 Summits.

He has been extremely active in our community throughout his policing career and has been recognized by both the Federal and Provincial Governments for volunteerism.
Inspector Devine is married to Deanne and they have two children, Justin and Colleen.

A formal promotional swearing in ceremony will be announced by the Board at a date in the near future.

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