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Holy Orders
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About the Belvidere Police Department

The Belvidere Police Department is a multi-service oriented law enforcement agency located at 615 N. Main Street in the Belvidere-Boone County Public Safety Building. Forty-five sworn and five civilian personnel provide community police service to the 25,000+ residents of the City of Belvidere. These areas of service include administration, patrol, investigations, gang intervention, Neighborhood Watch, a school resource officer program and park patrol.




William “Bill” Redding spent time as a police officer in Evanston, Illinois where the excitement of “the pursuit” filled his career. He reached the pinnacle of his profession as a police chief in Belvidere, Illinois, and South Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  While a police officer, he obtained a master’s degree, and worked in every division of law enforcement.


William Redding is the author of Holy Orders.  According to the book description, “The United States criminal justice system is in conflict with that of the Vatican. This novel discloses the power of the Catholic Church over the government and the media in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. You may be surprised which system prevails in the end and which system is the most effective.”

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