Throughout her career, she has endeavored to develop and nurture relationships, build partnerships to establish trust and resolve issues with cultural leaders, business owners, service groups, and other stakeholders through volunteering.
As an Indigenous woman, she has dedicated countless hours of her life, both on and off duty, to the empowerment of women and girls in her community, and she has promoted the encouragement of male inclusion and role modeling in events and initiatives to help raise awareness and denounce violence against women and girls.
She has demonstrated a lifetime commitment to her community, which has been recognized through the Ontario Women in Law Enforcement Community Services Award in 2021, the First Nations Chief of Police Community Services Award in 2021, and the Order of Merit of the Police Forces – Member in 2022.
In November 2023, she was promoted to Chief of Police for Treaty Three Police Service, signifying the achievement of a goal she set for herself in the rank of Sergeant. Her vision as a leader within this organization is policing excellence through a people-centric, values-based, and culturally responsive approach. She leads by example, acting on her vision and staying true to her guiding core values of connection to community, culture, and family, empowerment of others, community and self, and collaboration.
We strive to offer a work environment where employees are engaged and participating in continuous improvement that benefits the individual, organization and communities we serve.