Saskatoon Police Commissioners Highly Involved in National Association

Members of the Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners are continuing their tradition of extensive involvement in the Canadian Association of Police Governance (CAPG).

Saskatoon Police Commission Chair Darlene Brander was elected to the national association’s Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting of CAPG on August 14, 2016.

In the bios provided for each CAPG Board candidate, the national association noted the following: “Darlene Brander of the Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners is a long-time resident of Saskatoon. Commissioner Brander holds a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Saskatchewan along with a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. She is a Band Member of the Red Earth Cree First Nation with over 16 years of progressively responsible human resources management experience. Throughout her career, Ms. Brander has worked for non-profit, gaming, municipal and First Nations organizations. Currently, she is the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) for Athabasca Catering Limited Partnership. Commissioner Brander is actively involved in the community and serves on the following boards: Children’s Discovery Museum on the Saskatchewan, Saskatoon Aboriginal Professional Association and as Chair of the Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners.”

At the August 14 AGM, the Canadian Association of Police Governance also recognized Saskatoon Police Commissioner Charlie Clark for his service to the Board of Directors of CAPG from 2013 to 2016.

Media Contact:
Commissioner Darlene Brander, through the City Clerk’s Office at 306-975-3240.
Commissioner Charlie Clark at 306-229-4447
Dwight Percy, Communications Consultant to the Saskatoon Board of Police Commission at

The Canadian Association of Police Governance is dedicated to excellence in police governance in Canada. Since 1989, the CAPG has worked to achieve the highest standards as the national voice of civilian oversight of municipal police. CAPG represents 75% of municipal police services throughout Canada. 

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