Media Release – Aylmer Police Services Board

Press Release – Monday, January 8, 2018 

The Aylmer Police Services Board accepted the retirement notice from Chief Andre Reymer, effective December 31, 2017, following 30 years of policing with the Town of Aylmer.

Mr. Reymer will take the position of Interim Chief of Police until his successor joins the service.

The Aylmer Police Service Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Zvonko Horvat as the Town of Aylmer’s new Chief of Police.

Mr. Horvat will commence his duties with Aylmer on January 30, 2018. He comes to us with 32 years experience in Municipal and Provincial policing. He started his policing career in 1985 as a front line Constable with the Haldimand Norfolk Regional Police, he also served in the Drug and Crime Unit. He then became a Training Instructor, and took the position of Sergeant-Team Leader with the Norfolk O.P.P.

In 2003 Mr. Horvat became the Staff Sergeant – Detachment Operations Manager, for Norfolk O.P.P. Continuing his career he became the Acting Inspector – Detachment Commander with Perth County.

Following the position of Operations Manager – Staff Sergeant with Haldimand he joined Brant County as the Inspector Detachment Commander. In 2008 he became the Inspector Detachment Commander for the Norfolk County O.P.P.

The Police Services Board looks forward to working with Mr. Horvat and welcomes him and his family to our community.

Aylmer Police Services Board

P.O. Box 128, Aylmer ON N5H 2R9 [email protected]

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