Amid human rights complaints, investigations and external oversight, the police service and its oversight board in Thunder Bay, Ont., have another task ahead of them — finding a new chief.
Police Chief Sylvie Hauth has announced her retirement, effective next year.
In a statement released to media on Thursday morning, Hauth said she has informed the city’s police services board that she will retire from her position on June 14, 2023.
Hauth’s retirement comes after 30 years as a member of the city’s police service.
“I am hopeful that my one-year notice will provide adequate time for the board to initiate a recruitment and succession planning process for my
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