New head of O.P.P. for Grenville

In this Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016 photo provided by the O.P.P., Insp. June Dobson has been named detachment commander for Grenville County. She replaces Bill Bolton who has retired. (O.P.P. via Newswatch Group)

KEMPTVILLE – There’s a new detachment commander for the Grenville County O.P.P.

The force announced that Insp. June Dobson will be taking on the role for Bill Bolton, who is retiring after 30 years of policing.

Dobson’s first day was Thursday (Dec. 1).

Dobson has had a 28 year career with the O.P.P. in general policing and the criminal investigations branch.

She had also worked in western Ontario as an instructor at the Ontario Police College and also held several detachment manager positions during her tenure there.

Most recently, Dobson was the detachment commander at the Leeds and Russell County detachments.

She has also received many awards including two commissioners citations for investigation.

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