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Assistant Commissioner Jodie Boudreau, RCMP O Division (Ontario) Commanding Officer

Assistant Commissioner Jodie BoudreauAssistant Commissioner Jodie Boudreau began her RCMP career 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 in the Lower Mainland.

In 2009, she was commissioned to the rank of Inspector and worked as Executive Officer to the Deputy Commissioner of the Pacific Region and the Commanding Officer of “E” Division.

Assistant Commissioner Boudreau was transferred to “K” Division (Alberta) in 2011 where she was the Operations Officer for the Central Alberta District. In 2013, Jodie was appointed the Superintendent in Charge of Contract Policing where she oversaw the Critical Incident Program, Support Services, the Operational Communications Centres, Aboriginal Policing, Forensic Identifications Services, Community Policing and the Provincial Reviewers.

In 2015, Assistant Commissioner Boudreau was promoted to Chief Superintendent as the Assistant District Commander and Operations Officer and moved back to “E” Division’s Lower Mainland District, which has almost 4,000 employees and serves more than two million people in 26 communities.

In April 2017, she transferred to her former position as “E” Division’s Deputy Criminal Operations Officer, Specialized Investigative and Operational Police Services, where she oversaw many sections including: Undercover Operations, Tech Crime, Human Sources, Witness Protection, Forensic Identification, Criminal Analysis, Criminal Intelligence, Investigative Standards and Practices, Major Case Management and Air Services. 

On October 3, 2018, Commissioner Lucki officially announced Assistant Commissioner Jodie Boudreau as the RCMP “O” Division Commanding Officer.

Assistant Commissioner Boudreau has worked as an undercover operator, was a member of the Tactical Troop and became a Critical Incident Commander attending many calls with the Emergency Response Team.

She has also served as Aide-de-Camp to Alberta’s Lieutenant Governor and is a recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal and the RCMP Long Service Medal.