Adam Palmer announced as new CACP president
The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) announced Chief Constable Adam Palmer of the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) has been elected to serve as the new president of the association for a two-year term.
Palmer took command as the 31st chief constable of the VPD in 2015 after serving as deputy chief. He has been a member of the CACP since 2010, and has served on the association’s Counter-Terrorism & National Security as well as the Organized Crime committees. He takes over the presidency from Gatineau Police Service Directeur Mario Harel.
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