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City Hall Police Headquarters[ edit ] At some point aftera police office was situated in the original City Hall on James Street, which was built around The new City Hall was built on the same site in and shortly thereafter, Police Headquarters moved there with offices for Magistrate Jelfs, Chief Smith and the Detectives. As a building, it was revered for its architectural beauty, as well as its ability to adequately accommodate all the needs of the criminal justice system. It remained in full use until the s, when it was apparent that it was becoming increasingly unable to facilitate the expanding caseload.
Renovations were done to partition the existing courtrooms in order to double their number.
The courthouse eventually became too old and structurally inadequate and was set for demolition in The current courthouse at Main and John Streets has been in use until Other court spaces exist in other buildings according to specific needs; for example, the creation of the Unified Family Court in the old Public Library building.
The building was erected in and served as the main post office until Wentworth County Jail [ edit ] The Jail was constructed at the same time as the second courthouse, and was built as the "Wentworth County Jail". It was torn down in and the Hamilton-Wentworth Detention Centre was built on site.
At the time, the facility housed both male and female prisoners. Half of the prisoners were incarcerated on offenses related to alcohol abuse.
In the early s, the jail was housing prisoners of all types, from those awaiting a court appearance on relatively minor charges to condemned murderers.
The jail was also the location executions took place until the last execution was carried out in February Eventually, overcrowding and deteriorating conditions such as poor ventilation and physical decay demanded the construction of a new facility. Inafter years, the jail was demolished, and the present facility, the Hamilton-Wentworth Detention Centre was built on the same site.
Old Central Station "Number 3", [ edit ] SinceCentral Station, which also housed a courtroom, had been located at King William on the west side of Mary Street. It remained in use untilwhen it was replaced by a smaller building. Ina new Central Station was built. Like its predecessor, the new building contained a Police Court room. It retained its dual role untilwhen the court was relocated to the new Terminal Towers building on Main Street, east of Catherine.
The Station would remain in operation and serve as Regional headquarters until when police operations were moved to the current headquarters building across Mary Street at King William Street. Number "Four" Station ca. It was opened some time after patrol wagons were introduced in When the Napier Street Station was opened, two patrol wagons, and later an ambulance, operated from this point on hour call.
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The patrols were moved from this station into the North Building of the Central Police Station. The Napier Street Station was used a police office for a number of years later. It doubled as the city pound around One of the horse stalls was used to shelter animals found wandering on the streets.
Since the Police Force was having great difficulty in keeping up with the growing population in the eastern end of the city, construction of this Station was seen as a necessity.
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With the city bounds expanding and widespread alcohol-related problems in the community, Sherman Avenue Station symbolized the need for police presence within the community. The Station served as headquarters for the motorcycle units from the early s through to the s. It was there that the need for the Force to be motorized was emphasized.
It was also a model for the necessity of constructing smaller stations. Within 14 years, several sub-stations were built to accommodate the growing community needs. Examples of this trend are the creation of the former Kenilworth and Mountain Stations December 20, It is worthy of mention that the smaller communities such as AncasterDundasWaterdownand Stoney Creek also demonstrated a need to formally establish a police presence in their communities.
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The Sherman Avenue Station remained an active patrol station until regionalization in From toit was the location of the Youth Branch.
It has since been demolished. It also housed the police licensing bureau and the police minor sports. It is strategically located in the Hamilton Harbour allowing for Police Vessels to respond quickly to emergencies in the Harbour or on Lake Ontario. Mountain Station — Station 30 December 20, December [ edit ] The original Mountain Station located at Upper Wellington St, was built to address the urban sprawl of the City of Hamilton as it grew south from the edge of the escarpment.
Over the years, much of the "rural area" was developed for residential and commercial use and this Station met the needs of the growing population "above the shelf". However, due to a lack of funding, this Station was down-sized into a Community Policing Centre which occupies the main floor.
There is a current proposal to renovate the second floor into condominiums. It also serves as divisional headquarters Station 10 or Central Station. The Central Station has over rooms used for everything from Administration to holding cells. It houses all the other amenities necessary to accommodate the evolution of the community and policing such as a gym, pistol range, and vehicle garage.
This equates to The facility consists of the following: Background[ edit ] InHamilton Fire came to municipal council and made a capital funding request. However, it proved difficult to get approval for the funding request given the financial state of the city.
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The fire service partnered with the Police and EMS departments and developed a three-way partnership which placed a strong focus on integration. They developed a business plan that was sent to all levels of government highlighting the need for a new multi-agency facility.9-Year-Old Girl Who Cried About Police Shootings Gets To 'Arrest' Officers
The proposal was successful. None of the cost was applied to the municipal tax levy. The facility opened in March and had its Official Opening on November 12, As Investigations of serious crime increase in scope and evidentiary requirements, the need arose to expand to a separate Investigative Services Building.
The space at Headquarters which housed Forensics was too small for growing needs and the proper handling of evidence. Thus, the Police Services Board approved the purchase of land adjacent to Police Headquarters with the intent of building.
Advertisement The report states that Nagy called Lantych early on the morning of Feb. During that conversation, Lantych offered to meet the Hamilton sergeant, who called back at 5 p.
She also told investigators she tried for six months to have her husband attend marriage counseling. Lantych was released from a Danvers rehabilitation hospital and is undergoing outpatient physical therapy. It is unclear when he will be able to return to work, said Officer David Costa, the department spokesman. Advertisement The Beverly Police Department has no policy on personal relationships in the workplace, Costa said.
He did not return a phone call on Thursday.
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Lantych could not be reached. At about noon, Nagy met with his wife at a Beverly police satellite office where the couple discussed the visit to the doctor. That evening, Nagy and his wife attended funeral services for retired Hamilton police Sergeant Paul Grant.
Nagy later left home to start his midnight shift, but he did not go to the station. Instead, he called in sick, drove around for an hour, and, at 1 a. Five minutes later, Nagy sent Lantych text messages, the report states. He planned to go back to Rowley and work at home while he waited for her to return at 8 p.
But instead, Nagy called Lantych about 5 p.