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Chief Antje McNeely Becomes OACP President (#OACP2020AGM)

The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) is pleased to announce that Chief Antje McNeely (Kingston Police) will be the OACP President for 2020-2021.  Chief McNeely was elected along with a new Board Executive at the OACP Annual General Meeting held on June 25, 2020.

The new Board of Directors Executive for 2020-2021 are as follows:

  • President – Chief Antje McNeely, Kingston Police
  • First Vice President – Chief Gary Conn, Chatham-Kent Police Service
  • Vice President – Chief Andrew Fletcher, South Simcoe Police Service
  • Vice President – Chief Nishan Duraiappah, Peel Regional Police
  • Vice President – Chief Daryl Longworth, Woodstock Police Service
  • Secretary Treasurer – Chief Scott Tod, North Bay Police Service
  • Past-President – Chief Paul Pedersen, Greater Sudbury Police Service
  • Executive Director – Jeff McGuire

The following are Directors on the Board:

  • Assistant Commissioner Jodie Boudreau – Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • Commissioner Thomas Carrique – Ontario Provincial Police
  • Chief Mark Saunders – Toronto Police Service
  • Deputy Chief Jeff Skye – Treaty Three Police Services (Indigenous Policing Director)
  • Chief Sylvie Hauth – Thunder Bay Police Service (Zone 1)
  • Chief Scott Tod, North Bay Police Service (Zone 1A)
  • Chief Garry Hull – Gananoque Police Service (Zone 2)
  • Deputy Chief Tim Farquharson – Peterborough Police Service (Zone 3)
  • Chief Daryl Longworth, Woodstock Police Service (Zone 4)
  • Deputy Chief Leah Gilfoy – Orangeville Police Service (Zone 5)
  • Chief Mark Campbell – Strathroy-Carodoc Police Service (Zone 6)
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