Fiona WilsonSuperintendent Fiona Wilson has been a member of the Vancouver Police Department since 1999. She began her career serving as a patrol constable in several districts, walking the beat in the Downtown Eastside, and working as an investigator in the Sex Crimes Unit. In addition, she worked as an investigator on Projects Rebellion and Torrent – two major projects that successfully disrupted regional organized crime groups.
In 2007, she authored the VPD report “Lost in Transition” that highlighted a lack of capacity in the mental health system for some of the most vulnerable people living in our community. The success of this report led to her presenting to audiences in Canada as well as Asia. 
Upon promotion to sergeant in 2009, she returned to the Operations Division to lead a patrol team before going on to serve in the Professional Standards Section. In 2012, she joined the Major Crime Section as a sergeant leading an investigative team. Superintendent Wilson went on to work with the RCMP Federal Serious and Organized Crime Unit as a Team Leader in charge of an international drug investigation.
In 2016, she was promoted to staff sergeant and served in the General Investigation Section, where she oversaw numerous investigative units.
Since promotion to inspector in 2017, she has worked as the Officer-in-Charge of the Court and Detention Services Section. Superintendent Wilson achieved improvements in training as well as policy – leading a comprehensive review of the Jail manual of operations. In addition, she initiated and coordinated a major upgrade of the Vancouver Jail facility, which processes over 16,000 persons annually. 
Superintendent Wilson is the recipient of five VPD commendations, the 2008 Communications Award from the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors, the 2008 Richard Dolman Award from the B.C. Schizophrenic Society, the John Kable Young Justice Professional Memorial Award, and a Meritorious Service Award. She holds bachelor and master of arts degrees in criminology from Simon Fraser University.
Fiona lives in White Rock with her husband, Skigh, and their three children.
Superintendent Wilson represents the VPD on secondment as a Deputy Chief Officer with the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit – British Columbia (CFSEU-BC). 


Superintendent Fiona Wilson is seconded to CFSEU, the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit.

CFSEU is a provincial policing agency whose mandate is to target, investigate, prosecute, disrupte, and dismantle the organized crime groups and individuals who pose the highest risk to public safety due to their involvement in gang violence.

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