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EPS Leadership

The Edmonton Police Service consists of three Bureaus - each one focusing on a specific area of policing.

Community Policing Bureau

Deputy Chief Brian Simpson
Reporting directly to the Chief of Police, the deputy chief in charge of the Community Policing Bureau is responsible for providing policing services to maintain peace and good order, protect lives and property, and prevent and detect crime. These services are provided through five patrol divisions and four respective districts in each division. The five patrol divisions (West, Northeast, Southeast, Southwest, and Downtown) provide primary street-level police services to the community on a 24-hour basis.

Investigative Support Bureau

Deputy Chief Danielle Campbell
Reporting directly to the Chief of Police, the deputy chief in charge of the Investigative Support Bureau is responsible for providing policing services to maintain peace and good order, protect lives and property, and prevent and detect crime. These services are provided through three divisions—Specialized Investigations Division, Criminal Investigations Division, and Operational Support Division.

Corporate Services Bureau

Reporting directly to the Chief of Police, the deputy chief in charge of the Corporate Services Bureau is responsible for providing administrative and technical expertise through the coordinated efforts of three divisions—Human Resources Division; Finance And Supply Services Division; and Informatics.