Commanding Officer, Depot Division
Chief Superintendent Sylvie Bourassa-Muise
Since the age of 13, Chief Superintendent Sylvie Bourassa-Muise knew she wanted to become either a lawyer or a police officer. She loved the study of the law and the critical thinking of policing. She was attracted to the science in solving crimes, coordinating efforts for problem solving and engagement in all aspects of policing.
Throughout her career, Bourassa-Muise has served in various capacities and in multiple locations, including Nova Scotia, Ottawa and Regina. She has extensive experience in investigation, protective policing, incident command and even employment law and internal security. She enjoys the diversity of national and international opportunities and prides herself of having remained operational throughout all her service and has fulfilled duties in many countries.
Despite her position and the years of service, Chief Superintendent Sylvie Bourassa-Muise has remained herself throughout the ranks, having humility, integrity and a collaborative approach. To her, policing is not only a job, it’s a devotion, and told us that “you need to own it.” She acknowledges and appreciates the efforts of her colleagues who have mentored and coached her throughout the years.
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