Vernon White was sworn in as Chief of Police of the Ottawa Police Service in May 2007. Prior to this, he led the Regional Police Service in Durham, Ontario, and spent over 20 years with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, leaving as an Assistant Commissioner.
Mr. White holds a Diploma in Business Administration from the College of Cape Breton, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and Psychology from Acadia University, a Masters Degree from Royal Roads University in Conflict Analysis and Management and a Professional Doctorate in Police Leadership from the Charles Sturt University.
Mr. White has been honoured with a number of awards and commendations over the years, including a Commissioners Commendation, a Queen’s Jubilee Medal, and a United Way Community Builder of the Year Award.
Mr. White resides in Ottawa, Ontario, with his wife Sari.
Interventions in the Senate Chamber
Consideration of Government's Role in Combatting Racism
|2020.06.25 – 14:59|
The Estimates, 2020-21
Consideration of Main Estimates and Supplementary Estimates (A) in Committee of the Whole
|2020.06.23 – 16:45|
senators’ statements — Bill Bell
|2020.06.23 – 14:11|
Karen Hogan Received in Committee of the Whole
|2020.05.15 – 16:46|
Canadian Dairy Commission Act
Consideration of Subject Matter in Committee of the Whole
|2020.05.15 – 13:50|