Executive Command

The Halton Regional Police Service's (HRPS) 788 uniformed officers, 325 civilian staff and more than 200 volunteers work together to keep the communities of the City of Burlington, Town of Oakville, Town of Milton and Town of Halton Hills as safe tomorrow as they are today.

Leading the Service are Chief Stephen TannerDeputy Chief of District Operations Roger WilkieDeputy Chief of Regional Operations Jeff Hill, and Deputy Chief of Specialized Support Units Kevin Maher. Together with the women and men of the HRPS, they work diligently to improve community safety, prevent, reduce and solve crime and respond to the public's calls for service.

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District Leadership

To ensure residents and visitors receive the highest standard of policing services, HRPS operations are divided into three distinct Districts, each overseen by a Superintendent and an Inspector. Patrol responsibilities for each District are divided across four platoons, each led by a Staff Sergeant and three Sergeants. Uniform operations are supported by the Criminal Investigations Bureau, Community Mobilization Bureau, District Response Team, and civilian and volunteer staff who deliver frontline policing services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

1 District – Milton and Halton Hills

Superintendent Cole Repta

Superintendent Cole Repta

As Commander of 1 District, Superintendent Cole Repta is responsible for police operations in Milton and Halton Hills (Georgetown and Acton).

Cole began his career as a police officer in 1999 and was first assigned to the Town of Milton as a constable. Since then, he has worked in a variety of operational roles in all four municipalities, and spent 12 years with the Emergency Services Unit. As a member of the Tactical Rescue Unit, Cole held numerous designations, including Tactical Team Leader and Crisis Negotiator. His achievements in these areas were recognized with a Governor General’s Award of Merit in 2010. 

Cole is one of six HRPS officers who holds the designation of Critical Incident Commander responsible for overseeing high-risk incidents in the Region.

In addition to supporting District Operations, he has overseen a variety of essential support units such as Records Information, Communications, and most recently, the Strategic Management Office. 

Throughout his time as a police officer, Cole has continued to be actively involved in the Halton community, participating in and leading numerous charity events. A lifelong amateur musician, Cole has contributed his time and talent to support countless benefits and fundraisers over the years. In recognition of his commitment and efforts, he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012.

Cole looks forward to collaborating with community stakeholders in the District where he began his policing journey.

Inspector Anita Laframboise

Inspector Anita Laframboise

Anita began her policing career with the Halton Regional Police Service in 2004, assigned to uniform patrol in 2 District (Oakville). Since then, she has worked in a variety of specialized positions, including the Drug and Human Trafficking Unit, the Intelligence Unit, and the Training and Recruiting Unit.    

She was also assigned to the Chief’s Office as Staff Officer to a Deputy Chief and, later, as Executive Officer to the Chief. While in these roles, Anita was fortunate to lead a number of Service-wide change-management projects.  She also oversaw the Service’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Unit and Corporate Communications Unit where she saw first hand the benefits of authentic collaborative engagement with the community. 

Anita is a proud committee member of the Women’s Internal Support Network and was involved in the creation of the Service’s Annual Women’s Symposium. 

She holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree in Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University, has completed a number of leadership courses, and is currently pursuing a Human Resources Certificate from Conestoga College.

Anita transitioned to her current role as Inspector for 1 District in April 2024. She continues to focus on positive and progressive change within the policing culture for the benefit of all members, and is committed to fostering strong community partnerships in Milton and Halton Hills.  


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2 District – Oakville

Superintendent Dave Costantini

Superintendent Dave Costantini

Superintendent Dave Costantini began his policing career with the Halton Regional Police Service in 1999.

Over the course of his career, Dave has had the fortunate opportunity to have been assigned many diverse roles and responsibilities, both operational and administrative. He has served in uniform operations throughout the region and worked in various specialized investigative units. Dave has also held supervisory positions in every district. He has extensive experience in criminal investigations and risk management.

Dave is one of the Service’s six Critical Incident Commanders and one of three Kidnap Response Commanders. Both have given him crucial insight into operational, executive, and support roles throughout the Service.

Dave has contributed to service delivery enhancements in innovation and training throughout his career, including as a Project Lead and Executive Officer to the Deputy Chief of Operations. He was promoted to the rank of Inspector in 2019 where he was assigned in 2 District (Oakville) during the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, Dave transitioned to the Regional Investigative Services (RIS) - Organized Crime Division.

Here, Dave spearheaded the Service's Intelligence, Guns and Gangs, Human Trafficking, Drug Trafficking, and Organized Crime strategies. He has experience in Joint Force Operations and has participated in numerous provincial committees, working groups and joint management teams. As a member of the Overdose Coordination Group, Dave has led initiatives to address the opioid epidemic.

Dave prioritizes continuing education and will receive an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in Policing from Wilfrid Laurier University later this year. A graduate of  Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology’s Law and Security Administration Program, Dave was promoted to Superintendent in April 2024, tranferring to his current role as Commander of 2 District (Oakville).

Dave is committed to the Community Safety and Well-Being Plan and ensuring the safety and security of all those who live, work, play and visit the Region of Halton.

Inspector Joe Barr

Inspector Joe Barr

Joe was raised in Halton and is proud to be a long-time resident of the community he serves. He began his policing career in 1998 and joined the Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) in 2001, where he was first assigned to 2 District (Oakville) front-line operations. Since then, Joe has served in Criminal Investigations and a number of Specialized Investigative Units, including Child Abuse and Sexual Assault and Major Crime.

In recent years, Joe has held leadership roles in front-line operations, the Service’s Organizational Wellness Unit, and the Regional Major Crime Bureau.

Joe is deeply invested in community-based policing and well-being. He is people-focused and is a strong advocate of an inclusive workplace culture at the HRPS, which includes providing members with confidential and barrier-free access to mental health and wellness supports.  






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3 District – Burlington

Superintendent Sue Biggs

Superintendent Sue Biggs

As Commander of 3 District, Superintendent Sue Biggs is responsible for police operations in Burlington.

Sue began her policing career in 1989 in London, England, where she served for 10 years prior to joining the Halton Regional Police Service in 1999. Since then, she has served in uniform operations throughout Halton region and has worked in a variety of specialized units including the Intimate Partner Violence Unit, Community Outreach, Traffic Services and the Fraud Unit. Sue has led several areas of our Service in an executive role, including Acting Superintendent of 1 District (Milton and Halton Hills) and Commander of the Regional Community Mobilization Bureau. She currently Co-Chairs the Service's Women's Internal Support Network.

Sue was promoted to Superintendent in June 2022, transitioning into her current role as District Commander of 3 District.

Sue holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Surrey University (UK) and a Master of Arts Degree in Psychology from Yorkville University. She also completed the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Global Studies Executive Leadership course in 2018. In 2019, Sue was the recipient of the Police Exemplary Service Medal.

Sue is a strong proponent and believer in community mobilization and engagement and is focused on working collaboratively with stakeholders towards upstream intervention and crime prevention, ensuring Halton is a safe, and thriving community. Sue is also passionate about authentic inclusion, in service to the community and within the Halton Regional Police Service itself. 

Inspector Dwayne Perron

Inspector Dwayne Perron

Dwayne began his policing career with the Halton Regional Police Service in 2002, assigned to uniform patrol in 3 District (Burlington). Since then, he has served in a number of uniform positions across the region, as well as worked in regional and district units focused on Drugs, Fraud, and Criminal investigations. Most recently, Dwayne served as the Detective Sergeant for the 1 District Criminal Investigation Bureau, where he built the Service’s Regional Auto Theft Task Force and also acted as the liaison for the Provincial Carjacking Task Force.

Dwayne was also instrumental in a number of critical Service projects in recent years, including the assembly of the 3 District (Burlington) Risk Mitigation Team, which focuses on high risk offenders, locating wanted individuals, and addressing trending areas of community concern. He served on the Pandemic Control Group, helping guide the Service through the COVID-19 pandemic. Dwayne also led the Service’s initiative to introduce electronic notebooks, replacing officer paper notebooks for all uniform officers by 2023.

Over the years, Dwayne has been awarded six Chief’s Awards for his work in Innovation, Policing Excellence and Criminal Investigations. He was also honoured as Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by the International Association of Financial Crimes in 2012 and with the Ray Hendry Memorial Award for Community Based Policing in 2011.

In his role as Inspector of 3 District, Dwayne looks forward to working hand-in-hand with the community to build a safer environment for all. His efforts will focus centered on building trust and fostering meaningful relationships with residents across Burlington.


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