Estevan Police Service Chief Paul Ladouceur to resign

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After seven years on the job, Estevan’s police chief Paul Ladouceur is to step down next Friday.

Ladouceur tendered his resignation with the city’s mayor, Roy Ludwig, on Thursday.

A media note posted to the city’s website said Ladouceur is “to pursue other opportunities,” and “a search for a new chief will be conducted. We wish Paul all the best in his future endeavours.”

Ladouceur joined the Estevan Police Service as chief in April of 2014, after working as a detective-sergeant with the Brockville, Ont. police service.

Prior to that, he worked for about 11 years with the London, Ont. police force.

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Evan Radford, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Regina Leader-Post, The Leader-Post