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WPS names new head of Amherstburg detachment

The Windsor Police Service has named a new team leader for the Amherstburg detachment.

Staff Sergeant Bryan Hayes has assumed operational and administrative command of the detachment. He replaces Staff Sgt. Brian Caffarena who has overseen the detachment since 2022.

“I am very excited to take on this new assignment in Amherstburg,” said Staff Sgt. Hayes. “This community is very important to me, and I will ensure that the citizens continue to receive the high standard of policing that they expect and deserve.”

Staff Sgt. Hayes has been with the police service for 20 years. He was last assigned to the Patrol Response division where is oversaw more than 50 frontline officers.

“Given his extensive experience and expertise, Staff Sgt. Hayes is a natural fit to take this particular leadership role at our Amherstburg Detachment,” said Windsor Police Chief Jason Bellaire. “I also want to recognize and thank our outgoing Amherstburg Detachment commander, Staff Sgt. Caffarena, for his tremendous leadership and dedication to our community.”

Staff Sgt. Caffarena will take on a leadership role with the City Centre Patrol.

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