The North Bay Police Service is marking the retirement of Inspector Dan WEBBER who has served the people of North Bay for over 30 years in various roles within the Police Service.
Inspector WEBBER joined the North Bay Police Service as a Constable in 1990. He was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2000, Staff Sergeant in 2014, and Inspector in 2017.
Inspector WEBBER’s career with the North Bay Police Service saw him work in roles across the Service including in criminal investigations, policy development, quality assurance and as a Special Investigations Unit (SIU) liaison. He was integral to the North Bay Police Service’s involvement in the development of the Provincial Strategy to Protect Children from Sexual Abuse and Exploitation on the Internet as well as the creation of the Vulnerable Persons Registry.
“Inspector Dan Webber served the North Bay Police Service with honour and integrity for over 30 years. He has been instrumental in helping the Service become a trusted, respected institution within our community,” said North Bay Police Chief Scott TOD. “His work has helped strengthen our relationships with citizens, government, and our public service partners. While we will be sad to see Inspector Webber go, his retirement is well deserved and we wish him and his family all the best.”
“Reflecting back on my tenure with the Service, I am truly appreciative of all my co-workers, both civilian and sworn, who provided me guidance and mentorship throughout my career,” said Inspector Dan WEBBER. “It has been a very rewarding career. I have the utmost confidence in all our members, our Command Staff, and the Board to continue the important work of the North Bay Police Service. To all of those past and present members, I wish you well.”
Inspector Dan WEBBER’s retirement date is set for May 31, 2021.