Sandra Conlin

RCMP Assistant Commissioner (Retired)

A/Commr. (ret.) Sandra Conlin joined the RCMP in October 1976 adb during her 37-year career, she achieved a broad base of experience, progressing through the ranks from Special Constable to Assistant Commissioner. Sandra served in many positions during her career with a breadth of experience in operational policing and criminal intelligence as the Director General of Criminal Intelligence Service Canada and the Assistant Commissioner RCMP Criminal Intelligence. She also served as the RCMP’s Ethics Advisor.

Her leadership skills, strategic insights and planning skills, incredible work ethic and impeccable character helped drive change in the way the Criminal Intelligence Advisory Group, made up of representatives from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States, shared criminal intelligence on organized crime.

Upon retirement, Sandra joined the RCMP Veterans’ Association, Ottawa Division, and in 2016, she was elected as a Director. In 2018, she was elected as Vice-President, a position she still holds today.

In 2017, Sandra was appointed as Governor, Commissionaires Ottawa. She is also a volunteer for the Bruce Denniston Bone Marrow Society, Ottawa Chapter.

Sandra is the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Commemorative Medal, the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Commemorative Medal, the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts Award, the Order of Merit (Officer) OOM and RCMP 35-year Long-Service Medal.