Constable Amanda Farrell Boyfriend Name, Age, Wiki, Background

Ontario Provinial Police Const. Amanda Farrell is a female officer who is facing criminal charges for allegedly breaking into her ex-boyfriend’s home and assaulting his new girlfriend while on duty. The incident happened in September 2022 in Barrie, Ontario, and left the victim in “terror”.

Background, Age, Education

There is not much information available about Constable Amanda Farrell’s early life and education. According to her LinkedIn profile, she graduated from Georgian College in 2016 with a diploma in Police Foundations. She also has a certificate in Emergency Management from Algonquin College. Her images shared that she is between 25-35 years of age.


NameAmanda Farrell
OccupationChief Constable of Police Scotland
Age25-30 yrs
BirthplaceWirral, Cheshire
Year of joining police force1991
Notable casesBreak-in and assault allegation by ex-boyfriend’s girlfriend 
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Career and Achievements

Constable Amanda Farrell joined the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in 2017 as a constable. She was assigned to the Central Region Highway Safety Division, where she was responsible for enforcing traffic laws and investigating collisions. She received several commendations for her work, including one for saving a man’s life after he suffered a heart attack while driving.

Constable Amanda Farrell Boyfriend

Amanda Farrell was in a relationship with a man who lived in Barrie, Ontario, but they broke up sometime in 2022. The man started dating another woman, Chantelle Stamcos, who moved in with him. She was reportedly unhappy about the breakup and wanted to get back with her ex-boyfriend.

Breaking Into Ex- Boyfriend Home

On September 22, 2022, Constable Amanda Farrell allegedly broke into her ex-boyfriend’s home using a keypad on the door and confronted him and his new girlfriend, Chantelle Stamcos. She was on duty and in full uniform, with her hand on her weapon most of the time. She yelled at Stamcos and tried to intimidate her, while ignoring the couple’s requests to leave. She also claimed that she was the police and that they could not call anyone for help.

Stamcos said that the home invasion lasted for 15 minutes and that she has been living in fear ever since. She said that Farrell was upset that her ex-boyfriend had moved on from their relationship and that she wanted to scare her away.

She has been charged with break-and-enter with intent to commit an indictable offense, two counts of assault, criminal harassment, mischief, and forcible confinement. She is scheduled for a virtual court appearance on Friday, October 20, 2023.

Amanda has also claimed that her ex-boyfriend assaulted her months earlier when they were together, according to CTV News. Charges were initially filed and later dropped.

Farrell is still a member of the OPP, but is currently on an unrelated leave of absence, according to a statement from the OPP. The statement also said that the OPP cannot comment on this matter as it deals with intimate partner violence and that it would not be appropriate to comment as this matter is now before the courts.

Stamcos, meanwhile, said that she will continue to speak out about her experience and that she does not think that Amanda should be a police officer. She said that she feels like people should know what happened and that it is not right that someone like that can carry a weapon and have that authority.


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