Treaty 3 names new police chief
A former detachment commander at Sioux Lookout is the new head of Treaty Three Police Service.
Dan Davidson will take over the police service in early October. He also served as the head of major crimes for the northwest. Davidson succeeds Conrad DeLaronde, who resigned his position last month amidst problems with labour relations.
The interim Chief of Police will begin working for Treaty Three Police in a secondment position from the Ontario Provincial Police
commencing on Oct. 7.
Davidson had a long and successful career with the OPP, which began in 1991. As a constable, Davidson was posted in Red Lake, Ontario and Cobourg, Ontario.
From 1996-1999, Davidson worked from Thunder Bay, Ontario until he accepted an appointment to the Sioux Lookout region where he has been for the last 13 years.
Most recently a detective inspector involved in Major Case
Management for the Northwest Region, Davidson has had several years of experience working with both Treaty Three Police and Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service.
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