The Caledon Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is excited to announce and welcome their new Detachment Commander, Inspector MaryLouise Kearns.
Inspector Kearns began her career with the Ontario Provincial Police in 1994 in Haldimand County. She went on to work in various areas and roles, including the Criminal Investigations Branch, Organized Crime enforcement Bureau, Biker Enforcement Unit, West Region Crime, Abuse Issues, and various leadership front-line roles throughout the Province. Interestingly, she also served as a Sergeant in Caledon. Inspector Kearns holds a Bachelor of Arts (Criminology) from the University of Toronto and is the recipient of the Police Exemplary Service Medal.
Inspector Kearns possesses diverse investigative experience along with extensive Detachment knowledge. She is very passionate and will be a great addition to not only the Caledon Detachment, but to the whole community.
“I am so pleased to welcome Inspector MaryLouise Kearns to the Town of Caledon and I offer our congratulations on behalf of the Community and Town staff as she begins her new role as Detachment Commander for the Caledon OPP”, said Mayor Allan Thompson. “Her extensive experience and knowledge will serve our community well, she has our full support and confidence.”