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Robert P. Herman

Police Chief

Thunder Bay Police Service Tel

HQ Phone:  (807) 684-1200

Direct Phone: (807) ***-****direct phone

Email: r***@***.ca

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Thunder Bay Police Service Tel

1200 Balmoral Street

Thunder Bay, Ontario,P7B 5Z5

Canada

Company Description

Thunder Bay Police Service is committed to working in partership with the public to serve and protect our communities in a sensitive, efficient and effective manner. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Deputy Chief

Police


Chief

The TBPS


A and Chief of Police

Nishnawbe Aski Police Service


Various Command Positions

Lake Superior Scottish Regiment


Affiliations

Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police

President


Canadian Snowbird Association

Board Member


Army Reserves

Member


Thunder Bay

Trustee


SooToday.com

Criminal Justice Reform Committee Member


CHOKECHERRY Inc.

Secretary Treasurer


Web References(196 Total References)


CSA Board of Directors - Canadian Snowbird Association

www.snowbirds.org [cached]

ROBERT HERMAN
ROBERT HERMAN Prior to his retirement in 2014, Bob Herman was a law enforcement professional for thirty-four years, including a combined thirteen years as a Chief of Police of the Thunder Bay Police Service as well as the largest First Nations Police Service in Canada. In 2011, Mr. Herman was appointed by the Governor General of Canada as an Officer in the Order of Merit of the Police Forces. In addition to his professional career, Mr. Herman also brings a wealth of board experience to the Canadian Snowbird Association. Mr. Herman was Chair of several committees that oversaw race relations and biased free policing. He was a member of the Senior Management Team for the City of Thunder Bay, Chair of the Criminal Intelligence Service of Ontario and President of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police. With strong ties to the Thunder Bay community, Mr. Herman has been involved in several community groups including Crime Stoppers, the Masonic Lodge, Scouts Canada and Little League Baseball. Previously, Mr. Herman was a member of the Army Reserves for fifteen years and was named Honorary Chair of the 2011 Ontario Special Olympic Winter Games. Bob and his wife Sharlene divide their time in Canada between their summer camp near Upsala, Ontario and their residence in Wasaga Beach, Ontario.


2011 Conference

internationalpoliceconference.com [cached]

Robert P. Herman
Chief of Police, Thunder Bay Police Service President, Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police Chief Herman of the Thunder Bay Police Service was appointed the 59th President of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) in June 2010. He is the first Chief from Thunder Bay to become the OACP president. The OACP currently has more than 1,500 members and represents the RCMP, OPP, First Nations, and Municipal Police Services. A decorated 30-year police veteran, Chief Herman joined the Thunder Bay Police Service in 1980 and was appointed chief in 2000. In 2005, he initiated a Diversity in Policing project, which included biased free policing training for all Thunder Bay Police Service members. Chief Herman brings impressive credentials to the OACP presidency and is a strong voice for both northern and First Nations policing communities. Chief Herman is past chair of the Criminal Intelligence Service of Ontario and has held a number of positions within the OACP during his career.


Police cleared after woman dies in back of cruiser on Ontario First Nation

naps.ca [cached]

"The cells in those detachments wouldn't meet the provincial adequacy standards," says Nishnawbe-Aski acting police chief Robert Herman, a veteran officer and former Thunder Bay police chief.
"The doors are the old style doors that go back 40 years where you have ligatures on the door - places where people can tie things to." The chief said he couldn't comment on Anderson's death even though the Ontario Provincial Police investigated and decided no charges would be laid. "I don't feel comfortable commenting on that because it's before lawyers right now," said Herman." We've heard nothing," said Herman. Back up can be hours or days away, said Herman. Police cars aren't equipped with radios that connect to a central communications centre, which means there's no way to monitor their health and safety or allow them to contact anyone outside of the community for help, he said.


www.accsupport.com

Thunder Bay Police Chief Robert Herman is looking forward to the new arrangement.


NewsIndex

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Thunder Bay Police Chief Robert Herman is looking forward to the new arrangement. “The ASSI partnership with the T.B.P.S. provides an opportunity to improve the service delivery model of our police service to our community.


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