Promoting ethics, integrity and honour.
The BC Association of Chiefs of Police (BCACP) represents all senior police leadership in British Columbia from both the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the 13 Municipal policing agencies.
Our membership represents 9,250+ members and is made up of senior leaders in policing along with associate members from various law enforcement agencies, government, corporations and key stakeholder organizations.
Our vision is to make a tangible impact in communities across British Columbia through the encouragement and co-operation amongst all its members in the pursuit and attainment of their goals.
The Association promotes a high standard of ethics, integrity, honour, and conduct, fostering uniformity of police practices, encouraging the development and implementation of efficient and effective practices in the prevention and detection of crime, and effectively communicating problems and concerns to appropriate levels of authority.
The BC Association of Chiefs of Police mission is to:
- Encourage and develop co-operation among all policing agencies in British Columbia.
- Promote a high standard of ethics, integrity, honour, and conduct.
- Foster uniformity of police practices by advocating government and key stakeholders for positive change.
- Encourage the development and implementation of efficient and effective practices in the prevention and detection of crime.
- Effectively communicate problems and concerns to the appropriate levels of authority.
2022 BCACP Executive
Superintendent Todd Preston
West Shore RCMP
Deputy Chief Fiona Wilson
Vancouver Police Department
Deputy Chief Anita Furlan
Metro Vancouver Transit Police
Senior Member at Large
Superintendent Wendy Mehat
Ridge Meadows RCMP
Junior Member At Large
Deputy Chief Raj Saini
Nelson Police Department
Assistant Commissioner Will Ng
RCMP “E” Division