The Regina Police Service has a new (second) Deputy Chief, part of the Service’s 2022 growth plan approved in December, 2021, by City Council. This appointment also marks a “first” for Regina, with a woman in the role of Deputy Chief for the first time in the Service’s 130-year history.
The Regina Police Service is proud to announce the promotion of Lorilee Davies to the rank of Deputy Chief. D/Chief Davies has lead an impressive 25+ year career with the Regina Police Service, building towards this promotion. Starting her career in 1996, D/Chief Davies has worked in both uniform and investigative divisions of the Police Service. Davies has also provided leadership in community based and human resource sections of the Service and has been a member of both the Public Safety and Crisis Negotiation Teams. D/Chief Davies spent many years on the Regina Police Association, which has enhanced her very balanced view of issues facing our dedicated staff, our Police Service and the community. Recently, as the Superintendent of Community Services, Davies led many operational and proactive community initiatives. Over the past couple of years, her diverse assignments have spanned managing large scale protests and labour disputes to providing oversight as a Critical Incident Commander on Emergency Services calls. Davies also developed and leads a Truth and Reconciliation (TRC) committee and strategy for our Police Service. D/Chief Davies is a thoughtful and innovative leader who will continue to strengthen the Police Service and community in her new role.