Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police

The Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police
is proud to present

Staff Sergeant Patrick Nogier
of the Saskatoon Police Service

With the

Excellence in Performance Award

Staff Sergeant Patrick Nogier began his policing career in 1993. He has served the City of Saskatoon while working in Canine, VICE, Detention, SASK 911, Sex Crimes, Integrated Child Exploitation (ICE), and Patrol. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Saskatchewan.

On October 1, 2008, Patrick was selected to be the first provincial coordinator of the newly-created Saskatchewan ICE Unit. He was responsible for getting the Unit going - everything from securing office space and equipment to coordinating training for himself and his ten staff members. This was a complex challenge because the Unit was located in Regina, Saskatoon, and Prince Albert and was comprised of federal, provincial, and municipal agency members.

Staff Sergeant Nogier's exemplary organizational skills, untarnished professionalism, and outstanding leadership reflects on the ICE Unit's accomplishments. He created a cohesive working group that has had outstanding success in the prosecution of offenders and the rescue of exploited children, not only in Saskatchewan, but also elsewhere in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. The Saskatchewan ICE Unit, under Staff Sergeant Nogier's guidance, has become recognized as a leader in internet child exploitation investigations in Canada and internationally.

The Saskatchewan Chiefs of Police is proud to recognize Staff Sergeant Patrick Nogier's service with the Excellence in Performance Award.





President, Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police