1/12/2018 7:13:48 AM

Inspector Zvonko Horvat is leaving the Norfolk OPP, but he isn't moving too far away from his Norfolk roots.

On Wednesday, it was announced that Horvat accepted the role of the new chief of police in Alymer. He will officially take over at the end of the month.

This will be a much smaller umbrella for Horvat as the Norfolk OPP serves an area with over 64,000 people to Alymer with a population around 7,600.

Horvat was called away to West Region's Critical Incident Division this summer with interim Inspector Shawn Nash leading the charge locally until December when he was replaced by the new acting inspector Lisa Anderson.

In November's Police Service Board meeting it was announced the Horvat would be returning at the end of January, though this is no longer the case.

Anderson is on a three-month appointment which will take her into March.

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