Bent Andersen, of Victoria, British Columbia, is re-appointed as a part-time member. He was first appointed to the Board in 2007, and re-appointed in 2010. Prior to joining the Board, Mr. Andersen served as Chief Constable of the Oak Bay Police Department, between 1995 and 2007. Prior to that, he served 27 years with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), from 1968 to 1995, and was posted to various locations in Canada. Mr. Andersen retired from the RCMP with the rank of Inspector.
Laura Hall, of Delta, British Columbia, is re-appointed as a part-time member. She was first appointed to the Board in 2010. Ms. Hall has 16 years of experience working for the Family Services of Greater Vancouver, a community-based not-for-profit organization providing social services to children, youth, adults, and families across British Columbia's lower mainland. Prior to her appointment to the Board, she was the Community Services Manager.
James Alexander Hart, of Vernon, British Columbia, is appointed as a full-time member. Prior to entering political life, Mr. Hart worked in the broadcasting industry as radio host, television host, account executive and radio station manager. Prior to joining the Board, Mr. Hart was a Consultant, Democracy and Governance Practitioner. From 1993 to 2000, he was an elected Member of Parliament, and between 2004 and 2011, he was a technical advisor to foreign parliaments and governments.
Wayne J. Oster, of North Vancouver, British Columbia, is appointed as a full-time member. Mr. Oster was Executive Director of the Salvation Army Vancouver Harbour Light. From 1995 to 2006, he occupied various executive positions with the Correctional Service of Canada, including Area Director and Associate Director, Community Corrections.
Richard Belisle, of Longueuil, Quebec, is appointed as a full-time member. He was first appointed to the Board in 2011 as a part-time member. From 2007 to 2011, he was a member and vice-chairperson of the Great Lakes Pilotage Authority. He has held various executive positions with the Government of Quebec, Commission de la sante et de la securite du travail. From 1993 to 1997, he was an elected Member of Parliament (LaPrairie).
Steven Dubreuil, of Montreal, Quebec, is re-appointed as a part-time member. He was first appointed to the Board in 2010. Mr. Dubreuil enjoyed a 20-year career with National Defence. He has occupied various positions, including, Base Operations Officer and Commanding Officer. Prior to joining the Board, he held the position of Commanding Officer of a reserve reconnaissance regiment on a part-time basis.
Michel Lafreniere, of Drummondville, Quebec, is re-appointed as a full-time member. Mr. Lafreniere was first appointed to the Board in 1986, re-appointed in 1991 and again in 2008. Prior to joining the Board, Mr. Lafreniere, a lawyer, was a Legal Instructor for the Correctional Service of Canada, Quebec Region. He also has 10 years experience in private practice.
Paul Turmel, of Quebec City, Quebec, is appointed as a part-time member. Mr. Turmel previously served as a part-time member of the Commission quebecoise des liberations conditionnelles. Since 1984, he was the Director General, Services Parajudiciaires Autochtones du Quebec.
Simon Chapelle, of Belleville, Ontario, is appointed as a part-time member. Mr. Chapelle is the President of Chapelle Group Inc., specializing in policy analysis, business development, project management, mediation, and consulting services. From 2007 to 2009, he was Associate Director, Business Development at Bell Aliant Regional Communications. From April 2001 to March 2002, he was part of the leadership organization team (Northern Ontario) for the Minister of Finance, and Senior Policy Advisor to the Minister of Northern Development and Mines.
Louise Harris, of Bath, Ontario, is re-appointed as a full-time member. She was first appointed to the Board in 2010. Prior to joining the Board, Ms. Harris was the Director of Public Affairs for the Ontario Bar Association. Between 1995 and 2005, she worked for the Ontario Government, holding various positions, including Chief of Staff to the Minister of Transportation.
Derek McElveny, of Brantford, Ontario, is appointed as a part-time member. He was first appointed to the Board as a full-time member in 2010. Mr. McElveny has over 30 years experience in policing. From 2004 and up to his current appointment to the Board, he was Chief of Police for the Brantford Police Service. He also served on the Board of Directors with the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police and was Treasurer for the Board of Directors for the Victim Services of Brant.
Brian J. Mullan, of Ancaster, Ontario, is re-appointed as a part-time member. He was first appointed to the Board in 2010. He is also a member of Ontario's Judicial Appointment Advisory Committee. Mr. Mullan has been a career police officer for over 35 years. He has 12 years experience in command positions, including six years as Chief of Police for the Hamilton Police Service.
Paul A. Sweet, of Grafton, Ontario, is appointed as a part-time member. Mr. Sweet has over 35 years experience working for the Toronto Police Service and the Cobourg Police Service. He has held various ranks, including Cobourg Chief of Police.
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