The Deputy Commissioner of Contract and Indigenous Policing is responsible for overseeing delivery of local policing services in Canada's three territories and in all provinces except Ontario and Quebec. She and her team ensure a uniform level of service and consistent responses to operational issues that arise as a result of the RCMP's frontline policing responsibilities. They are frequently called upon to provide leadership to the broader public safety community to advance federal priorities, including providing culturally competent police services to more than 600 Indigenous communities.
Deputy Commissioner Jodie Boudreau joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1992 as a general duty police officer in E Division (British Columbia).
Her early career included working as a federal drug enforcement officer on Vancouver Island before continuing in general duty policing in the Lower Mainland.
Deputy Commissioner Boudreau also has experience as an undercover operator, was a member of the Tactical Troop, an Executive Officer, Critical Incident Commander, Assistant District Commander and Deputy Criminal Operations Officer.
In 2018, Jodie became the RCMP's Commanding Officer in Ontario (O Division) prior to assuming the role of Deputy Commissioner in 2023.
She has also served as Aide-de-Camp to Alberta’s Lieutenant Governor and is the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Commemorative Medal and the RCMP's Long Service Medal.
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