Evan Bray is Regina’s new chief of police.
The 21-year member of the force beat out several other candidates for the top job.
He was the unanimous pick of the Regina Police Service’s (RPS) Board of Police Commissioners.
Bray has a background in media and communications prior to his role as a police officer.
As a member of the force, he has served in both front line uniform work and plain clothes sections.
He also held various positions with the Regina Police Association and other professional bodies.
“I have a passion and belief in our city, our community and the people that work in this building,” Bray said.
“We’re just going to see some enthusiasm going forward and I’m optimistic about the positive changes that that’s going to bring about for our service and our city.”
Former chief Troy Hagen retired in August.
Stay tuned for more updates.