Retired chief of police Eric Jolliffe joins DMI as a senior advisor
June 23, 2022 By Blue Line Staff
June 22, 2022, Toronto, Ont. – Digital Mobility Inc., recently announced that Eric Jolliffe (retired Chief of Police) has joined the company as a Senior Advisor. Jolliffe will provide strategic support to DMI’s Law Enforcement division.
Jolliffe spent over 40 years in the policing profession. 18 years as a senior executive, eight years as Deputy Chief and 10 years as Chief of Police in York Region leading a workforce of nearly 2,500 with budgets in excess of $370 million annually.
Jolliffe holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree from York University. He is a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National Academy, the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Program and PERF’s Senior Management Institute for Police.
He is also a graduate of the University of Toronto’s Joseph L. Rotman School of Management Police Leadership Program and the Canadian Chiefs of Police Institute for Strategic International Studies.
Having completed the Executive Development Course at the Canadian Police College and holds the designation of Certified Municipal Manager III with a Police Executive designation. In 2012, Jolliffe completed his Masters of Arts Degree in Leadership from Royal Roads University.
Jolliffe received the Police Exemplary Service Medal, and the 30 and 40 Year Bar. As well, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medals for his work in York Regions diverse communities.
Having been a senior executive and CEO for almost 20 years he has extensive working knowledge of in the areas of executive leadership, humans resource management, strategic planning, risk management, project management, organizational/cultural transformation and technical innovation.
“We are extremely privileged and honoured to have Retired Chief Jolliffe join our team. Chief Jolliffe has a wealth of experience in public safety and he understands the need for modernization within policing. Under his guidance DMI will be able to continue developing technology which will save time, money and will streamline the police administrative and investigative process by providing real-time access to intelligence,” says Nadeem Basaria, Director of DMI.
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