Deputy Chief of Police - Belleville Police Service

The Belleville Police Services Board is accepting applications for
Belleville is home to approximately 50,000 people with a regional population estimate of
96,000. Just over 200,000 live within 30 minutes of the City. Belleville offers elegant
living in rural and urban settings with commercial and public services, arts and culture,
recreation, employment, education services as well as retail and the region’s largest
hospital. The City is well serviced by a wide variety of transportation services. The City
maintains over 500 acres of parkland at 55 locations throughout the community and
26 kilometres of hiking/cycling trails meander along the Bay of Quinte or Moira River.
Belleville plays host to numerous festivals and events that take place throughout the
year. Belleville is home to Loyalist College, Albert College, OHL Belleville Bulls and is
the gateway to Prince Edward County.
The Deputy Chief of Police reports to the Belleville Police Services Board through the
Chief of Police. The Deputy Chief will be responsible for implementing the objectives,
priorities, policies and procedures established by the Chief of Police and the Police
Services Board through the business planning process. Community mobilization,
engagement and a focus on a pro-active/risk-focused model of policing are priorities for
the Board.
The Belleville Police Services Board is seeking a highly experienced and ethical
individual with extensive knowledge of Police operations and best practices. The
incumbent will have demonstrated leadership skills within a Police organization. The
ability to foster partnerships with Belleville Police Service members, all levels of
government, community agencies and groups, and the community at large is vital.
Change management, decision making, ethical accountability, financial management,
human resource management, public safety, public accountability and strategic
management are required competencies for the position of Deputy Chief to meet the
future needs of the community.
Interested parties are invited to submit a resume with appropriate covering letter by
March 16th, 2015 at 4:00 p.m., marked private and confidential to:
Ms. Susan Boyle
Belleville Police Services Board
93 Dundas Street East
Belleville, Ontario
K8N 1C2