Leah Gilfoy hired as new deputy chief at Orangeville Police Service
The Orangeville Police Service is proud to announce a new deputy chief, Leah Gilfoy.
May 28, 2018 By Staff
A provincially accredited criminal investigator, Gilfoy comes to Orangeville from the Toronto Police Service where she has worked in a number of areas, including Uniform Operations, Drugs, Criminal Investigations, Major Crime, Risk Management and Administrative Organizational Development.
Deputy Chief Gilfoy is the recipient of the F.B.I. LEEDA Trilogy Award and Central Field Command Achievement Award for Outstanding Service. She has also received the Peace Officer Exemplary Police Service Medal from the office of the Governor General and two Firearm Achievement Awards.
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