Media releases and updates on the process to establish the Surrey Police help keep citizens informed.
Today Surrey Police Service (SPS) is proud to welcome five new members to the leadership team.
Police Chief’s first 15 weeks solidify commitment to safe and successful transition
Surrey Police Service is pleased with the exemplary and skilled officers it continues to attract as it endeavours to bring the best of policing to the citizens of Surrey.
Kyle Friesen, current Legal Advisor to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in British Columbia, will be joining the Surrey Police Service (SPS) on April 1, 2021 in the role of in-house legal counsel.
The building of the Surrey Police Service (SPS) continues to gain momentum with the Surrey Police Board and CUPE 402 entering into a Memorandum of Agreement with respect to the future transfer of City of Surrey employees to the SPS to support its operations.
With more than 80 years of municipal policing experience between them, Chief Constable Norm Lipinski is pleased to welcome Inspectors Earl Andersen, Steve Drennan and Ryan Hall to the Surrey Police Service (SPS).
The Surrey Police Service Executive Management Team are taking time out of the day-to-day operations of building the organization to add their voice to a very important issue of anti-bullying.
Surrey Police Service is gaining momentum and is pleased to announce the appointments of its third Deputy Chief Constable and three Superintendents. This significant milestone is key in advancing the Surrey Police Service toward operationalizing.
The Surrey Police Service is well beyond a concept and is now a policing organization forging ahead in the building and development process toward operational readiness.
The latest Deputy Chief Constable to be hired by the Surrey Police Service is Mike LeSage who brings exemplary service, expertise, and leadership in operational and cultural diversity policing.