Chief Constable Neil Dubord

‘No call too small’

Delta Police will remain accountable, accessible and available, new chief says.

To the Delta Community:

On June 29, Mayor Lois Jackson and the Delta Police Board bestowed upon me the honour and privilege to serve this great municipality as the next Chief Constable for the Delta Police Department.

Chief Const. Jim Cessford  has retired and left the organization well-prepared to meet the challenges of the future. Working together, the public and the police have made Delta one of the safest communities in Canada.

As your chief, I will ensure the Delta Police Department is community-based, problem-orientated and data-driven. We will continue to deliver on our commitment to advance the strong tradition of community policing.

Officers are always encouraged to get out of their squad cars, engage the community and build strong relationships. I believe the Delta Police “No Call Too Small” philosophy has served this community exceptionally well. I am committed to this approach, ensuring that all public safety concerns are managed through a level of service that our citizens have come to expect.

The Delta Police will be accountable, accessible and available to connect with you in our effort to produce healthy and safe neighbourhoods. The men and women of our police department will be there to partner, collaborate and serve. I am proud to lead an organization full of hard-working and talented people, who are unwavering in their commitment to Delta.

During the coming months and years, I look forward to working cooperatively with you and receiving your input into how we achieve our vision of making Delta a safer and better community through excellence in policing.

Chief Const. Neil Dubord

Delta Police Department

 

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