Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police

The Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police
is proud to present

Mr. Neil Robertson, Q.C.
of the Regina Police Service

With the

Leadership Award

Mr. Neil Robertson, Q.C., graduated from the Osgoode Hall Law School, York University in 1982. He began working for the City of Regina in 1983, was seconded to the Saskatchewan Police Commission in 1995, and was appointed City Solicitor in 1999. He earned is Queen's Counsel in 2003 and in 2008, began work as Legal Counsel for the Regina Police Service.

Mr. Robertson is an active member of the SACP Legislative Committee. He has assisted the SACP on the Police Act Amendments 2009, Mandatory Disclosure of Bodily Fluids Act, and was instrumental in re-vamping the SACP Constitution. In November 2011, Mr. Robertson was a key organizer for The Institute of Public Administration of Canada conference held in Regina. This conference provided networking opportunities for those working in police-related fields and covered topics from Policing Principles to Public Confidence in Policing.

Mr. Robertson is always willing to assist others and provide advice and opinions to other Saskatchewan police services. He continues to make significant contributions to the policing profession while displaying leadership through his passion and expertise.

The Saskatchewan Chiefs of Police is proud to recognize Mr. Neil Robertson, Q.C., with the Leadership Award.





President, Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police