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Strategic Safety Plan Survey The Belleville Police Service is undertaking the development of its Strategic Safety Plan for the next three years. The Belleville Police Service is seeking the community’s input as this is a collaborative effort. The information gathered will help guide the objectives of the Belleville Police Service over that time frame. We have created a public survey to provide a platform for public input. The survey will be open for a two-week period beginning today and ending the 4th of March, 2022. The Belleville Police thank you for your participation. The attached link will give you access to
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Belleville Police is Hiring The Belleville Police would like to announce we are currently hiring – Police Constables – new recruits. As a Police Constable, you will play a key role in ensuring public safety, crime prevention, and community well-being. How you perform your daily duties impacts society and is critical to achieving a safer community. Much of your career will be based on relationship building and working together to improve safety. The Belleville Police Service offers the opportunity for a long and rewarding career in law enforcement. For more information contact the Belleville Police Service - Human
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Stolen Trailer The Belleville Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance in solving a theft. On the 31st of January, 2022 at 9:20 am, the Belleville Police Service were called to a construction site at the corner of Farley Avenue and Station Street in Belleville, Ontario. Belleville Police were informed that sometime between the 30th of January, 2022 and the 31st of January, 2022, a Black Canada-made gooseneck trailer and a black, Caterpillar power rake tool were stolen. The estimated value of the trailer and Caterpillar power tool is $30,000 dollars. Anyone with information is asked to
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Sgt. Lentini PSA Hearing Please be advised that on October 23rd and 24th of 2021 a Police Services Act hearing concerning the conduct of Sgt. Brad Lentini was held at the headquarters of the Belleville Police Service. The Service initiated an investigation into the circumstances surrounding an incident which had occurred in the cell block of the police facility on August 6th, 2019. As a result of that investigation, Sgt. Lentini was charged with one count of Discreditable Conduct – Neglect of Duty for failing to ensure that an injured prisoner under his care received prompt medical treatment in keeping with the
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COVID-19 and Impact on Police Operations
Cemetery Vandalism
Front Lobby Closed to Public
New Deputy Chief of Police
Fatality - 210 Dundas Street East
Shooting Incident in Belleville
Drug Warrants-29Aug19
911 Calls-Misdial and Pocket Dial
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