Dave McLagan named newest OPS sergeant

September 9, 2015   ·   0 Comments

Orangeville Police Chief Wayne Kalinski has announced the promotion of Constable Dave McLagan to the rank of Sergeant effective immediately. Constable McLagan was the successful candidate in a recent internal promotional competition.

Sergeant McLagan has over 19 years policing experience. He came to the Orangeville Police Service from Strathroy-Caradoc Police Service where he had experience as the Acting Staff Sergeant of Administration. He also had experience as the sergeant in charge of criminal investigations and later, the sergeant in charge of both records and communications.

Sergeant McLagan will be responsible for the OPS Communications Bureau, Records Bureau and Business Development.

Police Services Board Chair Mayor Jeremy D. Williams and Chief Kalinski have congratulated the new sergeant on his achievements.

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