Ulric Bellaire

Mr. Bellaire is a 13-year police veteran with three years of experience in supervisory positions.  He began his career in law enforcement with the Macon Police Department as a Patrolman and a Neighborhood Police Officer with the AmeriCorps Cadet Program.  After two years with the Macon Police Department, he accepted a position with his current school system police department where he has received extensive formal training in school policing, youth intervention and emergency management.  Mr. Bellaire has extensive experience working in the prevention of youth gang violence.

Mr. Bellaire is a certified Field Training Officer, who trains officers on using proactive approaches when policing school settings and is the Field Training Supervisor and oversees the department’s Field Training Program.  He has certifications in law enforcement supervision and management.  He also served in the Army Reserves with the 921st Field Hospital in Sacramento, California, and received an honorable discharge after fulfilling his commitment.  He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems from Mercer University.

Since joining the school district police department, Mr. Bellaire has received extensive training in emergency preparedness and has more than seven years of experience conducting school safety, security, climate, culture and emergency preparedness assessments in a school district serving 24,000 students.  Mr. Bellaire also serves as an adjunct analyst with SHI and has helped the SHI team to assess schools in Chappell Hill-Carrboro Schools in North Carolina and was part of the thirty-two SHI team members to conduct school safety, security, and emergency assessments for all schools operated by one of the tenth largest school districts in the United States – Orange County Public Schools in Florida. Mr. Bellaire also assisted with a school safety, security, climate, culture and emergency preparedness assessment for all four campuses of the Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida.