Chief Management Group

Chief Jennifer Evans

Portrait of Chief of Police Jennifer Evans with hatOrganizational Chart
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Chief Jennifer Evans began her career with Peel Regional Police in 1983 when she joined as a Cadet. Since that time she has progressed throughout the organization with notable assignments which include the Uniform branch, Youth Bureau and the Criminal Investigations Bureau. In 1996 she assisted Justice Archie Campbell in the Review involving serial rapist and murderer Paul Bernardo and later accepted a two year secondment to work as a Violent Crime Analyst at the Provincial ViCLAS Centre in Orillia. Chief Evans also worked throughout the Province for the Office of the Chief Coroner as an investigator and conducted several in-custody death investigations that were subject to mandatory inquests. Upon her return to Peel she worked as a Detective in Homicide & Missing Persons Bureau, and several promotions later returned as the Inspector in Charge.

In 2008 Chief Evans was promoted to Deputy Chief of Police.

As Deputy Chief, in October 2010, she was seconded to conduct a review of the Missing Women Investigations in lower mainland British Columbia. She reviewed thousands of documents and conducted numerous interviews with police officers involved in the initial investigation of Robert Pickton prior to his arrest in February 2002. In January 2012 she testified at the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry regarding her report. Chief Evans' knowledge and experience is recognized both provincially and nationally.

On October 12th, 2012 she was appointed as Chief of the Peel Regional Police.

In May of 2013, Chief Evans was appointed to the Order of Merit of the Police Forces by the Governor General of Canada at a ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa and in the past has served as the president of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (O.A.C.P.).

Deputy Chief Chris McCord

portrait of Deputy Chief Chris McCordDeputy Chief Chris McCord began his policing career in 1979 as a member of the Royal Ulster Constabulary, in Northern Ireland.  He served nine distinguished years, attaining the rank of sergeant, before immigrating to Canada in 1988 where he joined Peel Regional Police.   As a Constable, he gained experience in the Uniform and Criminal Investigation Bureau at 11 Division.    Upon being promoted through the ranks, Deputy McCord has been assigned to numerous areas, including: Officer-in-Charge of Diversity Relations and Support Services and the Professional Standards Bureau.

During the G8/G20 Summit in 2010, Deputy Chief McCord was assigned as the Deputy Director of the Unified Command Center in Barrie.  In 2011, he was promoted to Superintendent and assigned as Executive Officer to the Chief of Police where he has served Chief Michael Metcalf, Acting Chief Paul Tetzlaff and Chief Jennifer Evans. 

Deputy McCord is a graduate of the Rotman School of Management completing the "Police Leadership Program".  He has served on both the OACP and CACP Professional Standards Committee, as well as, the OACP Diversity Relations and OACP SIU Committees. 

On November 23rd, 2012 Chris McCord was appointed Deputy Chief of Peel Police.

On Monday, October 5, 2015, at the Residence of the Governor General at the Citadelle of Québec, Deputy Chief McCord was appointed to the Order of Merit of the Police Forces by the Governor General of Canada.

Deputy Chief Dave Jarvis 

portrait of Deputy Chief Dave JarvisDeputy Chief Dave Jarvis began his career as a Cadet with the Peel Regional Police in 1980.  He gained experience as a Police Constable at 21 Division.  He was assigned to the Youth Bureau / Criminal Investigation Bureau in 1988, spending eight years in that position.  Deputy Chief Jarvis was promoted to the rank of Detective in 1998. 

In 1999, he was assigned to the Homicide and Missing Persons Bureau, and later seconded to the Campbell Report Implementation Committee, to implement the recommendations of Justice Archie Campbell following his review of a serial rapist and murderer.  He returned to the Homicide and Missing Persons Bureau and was promoted to Detective Sergeant in 2003. 

In 2005 Deputy Chief Jarvis received the Canadian Banks Law Enforcement Award for his involvement in the Nancy Kidd (TD Bank) homicide investigation.  In 2006, Deputy Chief Jarvis was assigned as a platoon Staff Sergeant.  The next two years saw assignments in Professional Standards, CIB, Homicide Bureau and a transfer to the Duty Inspector's office.  After promotion to Inspector in 2009, Deputy Chief Jarvis was selected as the lead planner for the involvement of Peel Regional Police in the G8 / G20 summits.  Assignments to the Duty Inspector's Office, the B.C. Missing Women's Commission of Inquiry, Professional Standards and Staff Operations resulted in a promotion to the rank of Superintendent.  Following his promotion, he was assigned as the Executive Officer to the Chief of Police.

Deputy Chief Jarvis is a graduate of the Police Leadership Program offered at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.  

On September 15, 2014, Dave Jarvis was appointed Deputy Chief of Police.

Deputy Chief Marc Andrews 

portrait of Deputy Chief Marc AndrewsMarc Andrews is a long-time resident of Brampton who grew up in, and attended high school in Mississauga. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto and has a Master’s of Business Administration degree from the University of Athabasca.

Prior to joining Peel Regional Police in 1990, Marc was a commissioned officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. He served with the Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry for five years, during which time he was involved in numerous operations and completed a United Nations Peacekeeping Tour in Cyprus.

Marc began his career as a Constable at 12 Division in Uniform Patrol and was subsequently assigned to the Morality Bureau. In 1998 he transferred to the Homicide Bureau, where he received his first promotion to Detective. While assigned to Homicide, he was the primary investigator on a number of high profile homicide investigations.

In September 2003, Marc was promoted to Staff Sergeant and subsequently held posts in a variety of areas within the organization including; Radio Operations, Field Operations, 21 Division and the Airport Division, before being promoted to Inspector and being assigned to the Duty Inspectors Office. In December 2011, he was assigned to 21 Division as the Uniform Inspector before being promoted to Superintendent and transferred to 11 Division, in May of 2013. In 2015, he was assigned to Corporate Development where he oversaw significant changes to the uniform recruiting and training processes.

Since September 2013, he has been an aide-de-camp to the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, serving under the Honourable David Onley and the Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell. On March 27, 2018, Marc was appointed Deputy Chief of Police. Deputy Chief Andrews is married to his wife Tiina and has two sons, Ryan and Tyler.

Deputy Chief Ingrid Berkeley-Brown 

portrait of Deputy Chief Ingrid Berkeley-BrownIngrid Berkeley-Brown was born in Georgetown, Guyana and immigrated to Canada in 1974. She has an honours diploma in Social Sciences from Seneca College, Ontario Management Development Certificate from Sheridan College and a Master’s (Leadership) from the University of Guelph’s School of Business and Economics. Management courses include ‘Executive Strategic Management’ from the Police Executive Research Forum in Boston and Critical Incident Commanders.

Ingrid began her policing career in 1986 with the Peel Regional Police as a Constable. She has worked in several areas including Uniform Patrol, Community Services, Race and Ethnic Relations Bureau, Divisional Criminal Investigation Bureau, Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Bureau, Public Affairs, Neighbourhood Policing Unit, Recruiting, Duty Inspectors’ Office, Records Services and Divisional Commander at 21 Division. Ingrid was promoted to Sergeant in 2002, Staff Sergeant in 2007, Inspector in 2013 and Superintendent in January 2016 where she was the Officer-In-Charge of 21 Division.

Ingrid is committed to community development and has been actively involved with many community organizations including the Peel Multicultural Council, the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) Achievers Program, the Congress of Black Women (Mississauga, Brampton and Kitchener-Waterloo chapters) and the United Achievers Club of Brampton. She is a Past President and current Secretary of the Caribbean Canadian Association of Waterloo Region (CCAWR) and also sits on the Board of Directors for the Peel Family Mediation Services (PFMS). Ingrid has been the recipient of several awards for her work in the community, including the Congress of Black Women Mississauga and Area Chapter ‘Phenomenal Woman’ Award; the Association of Black Law Enforcement (ABLE) ‘Leadership in Law Enforcement’ Award; the ‘Excellence in Law Enforcement Award’ at the Women’s Courage Award International, the Black Community Action Network (BCAN) ‘Service’ award and most recently, the African Canadian Achievement Award of Excellence in Law Enforcement.

Deputy Chief Berkeley-Brown is married to her husband Joe, has 3 children, Curt, Nadia and Ariel, and three grandchildren.