Sector Lead, Police
Tony retired as the Sergeant in charge of Neighbourhood Policing in 22 Division Peel Police with 30 years of exemplary service. Over his thirty year career with Peel Police Tony served in a variety of capacities ranging from uniform patrol, to various investigative bureaus and recruiting. Tony was actively engaged in Occupational Health and Safety serving ten years as the Co-Chair of the Joint Health and Safety Committee for the Service. During his tenure many strides were made in advancing Health and Safety in Peel Police. Including the formation of a full time Occupational Health and Safety Unit.
Tony served on the Board of Directors for the Peel Police Association for nine years enhancing and improving relationships with various stakeholders, including management, the public, local business owners, and politicians at all levels of government.
Tony has established a peer network that extends internationally and includes various stake holders that have a vested interest in improving health and safety in policing. Tony currently Chair’s the National Board for Law Enforcement in Occupational Safety and Health (LEOSH) an organization he has been involved with for 11 years. LEOSH hosts a national conference annually in June with speakers and topics focused on current issues affecting health and safety in policing.
Tony did his formal education in occupational health and safety at Ryerson University acquiring a Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety Management. Tony is working towards his CRSP accreditation.