New organizational change on deck at Peel Police

Three new deputy chiefs will take the reins as Peel Police undergo an organizational change.
The force announced earlier this month that three of its superintendents, including Randall Patrick, Anthony Odoardi and Nick Milinovich will take on the roles of Deputy Chiefs alongside current DC Marc Andrews, as part of a larger vision of modernizing and advancing policing in Peel.
The new Deputy Chiefs, who will take on their new roles over the next few weeks, were picked based on a variety of factors, such as leadership skills and expertise in driving innovation, said Peel Police Services Board chair Ron Chatha.
“While the new Deputies are assuming their roles in an unprecedented period in our history, it also represents an exciting time in the history of policing in Peel Region,” said Chatha.
“Deputies Patrick, Odoardi and Milinovich bring a depth and breadth of expertise and experience in community policing, diversity and inclusion, fiscal responsibility, mentorship and strategic management.”
Several new superintendents were also announced to help achieve the force’s strategic directives, along with the promotion of ten members to the rank of Inspector. The move follows 30 members of the force who were promoted earlier this year, comprising front-line supervisors and managers.
The new additions to the force will ensure high-quality police service to the community that is inclusive, transparent and accountable, said Peel Police Chief Nishan Duraiappah.
“(Our Superintendents’) experience and years of commitment to Peel Regional Police will strengthen our organization, our relationships with the community and our work towards the vision of A Safer Community Together,” said Duraiappah. “These new Superintendents, new Deputy Chiefs along with new organizational changes represent overt commitment to collaborative risk-driven initiatives as well as strategic innovation and technology.”

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