Sgt. Paul Dunn
Cst. Mark Kane
After relocating and starting with the Calgary Police Service in 2008, he has worked at District 8, the BEAT team, Public Safety Compliance Team and M.A.S.S.T.
In his spare time Cst. Kane spends time with his horses and horse riding. Also he likes to watch movies, and spend time with family and friends.
Cst Vimal Ram
Cst. Jason McInnis
Additionally, he also served as a drill instructor for the police recruit training program. In January 2013, Cst. McInnis transferred to the Youth Mentorship Team within the Youth Services Section as the Youth Mentorship Coordinator.
Prior to joining the Service, he graduated from the University of Prince Edward Island with a Bachelor’s Degree in History and a Certificate in Public Administration. After graduation, he worked for Parks Canada as an interpreter.
Outside of work he plays drums in a pipe band and enjoys camping and reading.
After another brief absence she returned to Calgary in 2008 and worked for the Alberta Provincial Government, working to assist in the creation of the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods program. In March 2011, she returned to the Calgary Police Service as the Youth Mentorship Programs unit Administrative Coordinator to the Calgary Police Cadet Corps.
Ms. Vezina has a Legal Assistant Certificate from Olds College and a number of years of experience within different organizations in the administrative role. This afforded her valuable job and life experience, which she is able to pull from to assist in her current role.
Away from work, she is a single mother of three teenage children, and cherishes her time with family and friends. She enjoys taking an active role in their activities and schooling.
While I was growing up I volunteered with organizations such as the Lions Club and Big Brothers and Big Sisters through family events organized on behalf of our snowmobile club. Growing up and having a positive involvement in the organization and preparation of these events had helped me decide that I wanted to do something different with my career path and upon graduation in 2005 I enlisted into the Canadian forces as an Infantry Soldier.
In 2006 upon completion of training I was then posted to 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry in Shilo, Manitoba. On February 2008 I was deployed to Afghanistan where I had gained valuable life and leadership skills through many different experiences while policing local afghan people and afghan forces in an array of different tasks. This also afforded me the opportunity to visit many different countries in the world thus expanding my understanding in the vast world of cultural differences.
Upon returning from Afghanistan I worked to further my initiative towards a career in law enforcement by moving to Calgary. In 2011 I acquired a job as a casino security supervisor and later in June 2012 I got hired on as an Armed Guard within Calgary. Some of the things I enjoy when I am away from work are fitness, snowmobiling, hunting, fishing, camping, traveling and rebuilding vehicles all while spending time with my family and friends.
Currently, I work for the Calgary Board of Education as both a Project Assistant and a Mail Clerk. I also work for the Calgary Flames as a Head Usher at the Saddledome. These jobs provide me with great experience as I continue to work towards becoming a police officer with CPS. I graduated with my diploma in Criminal Justice from Columbia College in Calgary and plan to upgrade to my degree in Justice Studies through Royal Roads University in the near future.
While not at work or volunteering, I enjoy quality time with my close friends. I also enjoy playing hockey and go-karting, as well as watching hockey and Forumla One Racing.
After graduating high school in June of 2011 with an International Baccalaureate certificate in addition to the high school diploma, I decided to take the Bachelor’s degree program at Mount Royal for Criminal Justice along with a self-directed minor in psychology. In addition to my university studies I also work two jobs as a full time manager, and a part time security guard. Upon completion of my degree I most likely plan to apply to the Calgary Police Service.
Aside from education, volunteering with the cadet program, and working, I enjoy playing sports such as soccer, hockey and squash. I also enjoy camping, hiking, and spending time with friends.
Since 2008, I have worked as an elevator mechanic. In the near future I plan on switching careers and pursuing a lifelong goal to be a police officer.
Away from work and volunteering, I enjoy the contrasting Calgary weather. Snowboarding, snowshoeing, camping, hiking, cycling, hockey, working on cars, and swimming are some of my favorite hobbies.