The Saint John Police are proud to announce the appointment of Retired RCMP Superintendent Honey Dwyer as the new Deputy Chief.
A Canada-wide search was conducted after Deputy Chief Tony Hayes’ retirement on April 2, 2022.
Deputy Chief Dwyer brings extensive knowledge and a wealth of experience to her new role. As a member of the RCMP, she progressed though the ranks to Superintendent, District Operations Commander in charge of the Central District of Saskatchewan. Prior to that, she served in Indigenous Policing, Community Policing, Detachment Commander, Respectful Workplace Coordinator, Operational Strategy Branch, Training Branch, National Security, Drugs and Frontline Policing.
“Saint John Police were looking for a progressive, community-oriented leader whose values, vision and professional experience aligned with our Vision/Mission/Leadership principles and strategic plan. We found that in Deputy Chief Dwyer. We are very excited about having her joining our team. I believe she will both enhance and enrich our department and our service delivery model.” -Chief Robert Bruce
Deputy Chief Dwyer will assume her duties on July 18, 2022.