CALGARY, ALBERTA - The CACP elects a new Board of Directors

    08/13/19 - 08/13/20


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    August 12, 2019

    The CACP elects a new Board of Directors

    CALGARY, ALBERTA – During today’s Annual General Meeting, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) elected its new Board of Directors for 2019-2020, to guide the direction of the professional association.

    From left to right: Chief Bryan Larkin, Deputy Commissioner Michael Duheme, Chief Superintendent Jamie Zettler, Chief Danny Smyth, Chief Kimberley Greenwood, Chief Constable Adam Palmer, Assistant Commissioner Dwayne McDonald, Directeur Robert Pigeon, Chief Officer David Jones, Chief Paul Smith, Chief Constable Len Goerke,

    Absent from the photo: Chief Joe Boland, Directeur Sylvain Caron, Chief Wayne Gallant, Chief Peter McIsaac, Chief Mark Neufeld, Chief Marlo Pritchard, Chief Dwayne Zacharie

    Chief Constable Adam Palmer, President of the CACP, welcomed the experience, ideas and enthusiasm of the following new members of the Board:

    • Quebec Director: Directeur Sylvain Caron, Montreal Police Service
    • Federal Director: Deputy Commissioner Michael Duheme, Royal Canadian Mounted Police
    • British Columbia Director: Chief Constable Len Goerke, West Vancouver Police Department
    • Ontario Director: Chief Kimberley Greenwood, Barrie Police Service
    • Ontario Director: Chief Bryan Larkin, Waterloo Regional Police Service
    • Nova Scotia Director: Chief Peter McIsaac, Cape Breton Regional Police Service, and
    • Quebec Director : Directeur Robert Pigeon, Québec City Police Service.

    He also thanked the following individuals for their ongoing commitment and efforts as they complete or renew their 2-year term and provide continuity in the association’s leadership team. These individuals are:

    • Newfoundland and Labrador Director: Chief Joe Boland, Royal Newfoundland Constabulary
    • New Brunswick Director: Chief Wayne Gallant, Kennebecasis Regional Police Force
    • Secretary-Treasurer: Chief Officer David Jones, Metro Vancouver Transit Police
    • British Columbia Director: Assistant Commissioner Dwayne McDonald, Royal Canadian Mounted Police
    • Alberta Director: Chief Mark Neufeld, Calgary Police Service
    • Saskatchewan Director: Chief Marlo Pritchard, Weyburn Police Service
    • Prince Edward Island Director: Chief Paul Smith, Charlottetown Police Service
    • Manitoba Director: Chief Danny Smyth, Winnipeg Police Service
    • First Nations Director: Chief Dwayne Zacharie, Kahnawake Peacekeepers
    • Northern Territories Director: Chief Superintendent Jamie Zettler, Royal Canadian Mounted Police.


    For further information or to arrange a media interview, please contact:

    Natalie Wright

    Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police

    Communications Advisor




    The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police was established in 1905 and represents approximately 1,300 police leaders from federal, First Nations, provincial, regional and municipal, transportation and military police services across Canada.  The Association is dedicated to supporting police professionals through innovative and inclusive police leadership to advance the safety and security of all Can