Congratulations to Kelly Skinner

Congratulations to Kelly Skinner

Promoted to Superintendent with The Toronto Police Service

Congratulations to Kelly Skinner of the Toronto Police Service who was recently promoted to Superintendent. Superintendent Skinner is in her 25th year of policing and was recently appointed as the District Commander of 11 and 12 Division, with a combined number of approximately 400 members. Prior to this role, she was the Unit Commander for both 22 and 23 Division, and a Duty Senior Officer for the Toronto Police Operations Centre.

As an Executive Officer to the Staff Superintendent of Detective Operations and later, the Deputy Chief of Specialized Operations Command, she assisted with operations and performance for the Command.

Superintendent Skinner developed an extensive background in various forms of investigation and has served in Major Squads, where she honed strengths in; authoring and executing Part VI affidavits, search warrants, investigation of serious violent crimes, drug investigations, and the gathering of gang intelligence.

Her background in wiretap investigations led her to lecture at the Toronto Police College on various courses regarding Electronic Surveillance. She also assisted with instruction on the Criminal Intelligence Service of Ontario’s (CISO) Interception of Private Communications Part VI Course, and acted as a panelist in Ministry of the Attorney General (MAG) run Seminars and Forums.

As a member of the PACER 2.0 committee, she co-chaired the Know Your Rights sub-committee, which developed the Service’s first “Know Your Rights” video and campaign. She is a member in good standing with the Association of Black Law Enforcers (A.B.L.E) where she was a former Executive Board Member, and an A.B.L.E. 1996 Scholarship Award Recipient.

"Through A.B.L.E, I learned the importance of mentorship and support and how to celebrate our past, handle the challenges of today with professional excellence, and prepare for the future." Superintendent Kelly Skinner

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