Deputy Chief Crowe commenced her career with the Halton Regional Police Service in 1989 and currently serves as the Deputy Chief of Regional Operations. She has held a variety of positions in both operational and administrative roles including assignments to: Uniform Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Education Services, Professional Standards, Human Resources and Training.
Throughout her career, she has been committed to ensuring victims of crime are treated with dignity and respect. She has contributed to the safety and well-being of the community through her involvement in a variety of committees including the Halton Sexual and Domestic Violence Collaborative, the Joint Emergency Services Operations Advisory Group and the Child Abuse Review Team.
Deputy Chief Crowe believes that civilian oversight is essential in developing and maintaining public trust. As a member of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police Professional Standards Committee, she provided insight into changes to the public complaints process and other issues impacting policing across the province.
Deputy Chief Crowe is a dedicated member of her community and believes that public service extends beyond her role with the HRPS. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Halton Industry Education Council, acts as a career coach for young women and is a member of 100 Women Who Care Oakville. Additionally, she has become a strong advocate and fundraiser for Wellspring Support Services; an organization that provides programs and services free of charge to people living with cancer and their caregivers.
The Service’s philosophy of "One Vision, One Mission, One Team" is a key tenet in Deputy Chief Crowe’s approach to her work where she strives for every member to feel valued for their contribution to community safety and well-being.
Since her promotion in 2015, Deputy Chief Crowe is responsible for the following areas of the Service: