Chief Scott Fraser
Chief Fraser started his career on September 11th, 1991 with the Vancouver City Police. While with the Vancouver Police, Scott held a variety of positions and worked in several areas of the City.
On March 2nd, 1998, Scott relocated to the City of Brockville and joined the Brockville Police Service. Chief Fraser held several different positions within the Brockville Police Service including breathalyzer technician, mountain bike officer, intelligence/drug officer, Sergeant in charge of Criminal Investigation, Staff Sergeant in charge of Criminal Investigations and Inspector of Operations and Support Services.
Scott holds a certificate in Police Foundations from Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough. Scott also holds several certificates from courses offered at the Canadian Police College and the Ontario Police College including investigative and supervisory courses. Scott also holds a certificate in Police Administration from Dalhousie University. Scott was also awarded a Certificate in Criminal Justice Education from the University of Virginia.
Scott attended the 226th session of the FBI National Academy at Quantico, Virginia in June of 2006. Chief Fraser was the only Canadian among 250 attendees for the 10 week course.
Chief Fraser has been invited to lecture at the Canadian Police College to members of Police Services across Canada and has acted as syndicate leader within the Canadian Police College Drug Investigative Techniques Program numerous times.
Chief Fraser currently holds the rank of Pipe-Sergeant with the Brockville Police Service Pipes and Drums. He also attend numerous community events and speaks to various community groups throughout the City.
Scott is married with two children.
Staff Sergeant Fournier
Detective Sergeant Tom Fournier began his policing career as a member of the Brockville Police Service on March 26th, 1990 as Constable in the uniform patrol division. During his career with the service he has held a variety of positions including breathalyzer technician, school liaison officer, Community and Mental health Liaison officer, high risk offender manager before being promoted to Detective Sergeant in charge of the Criminal Investigations office. In 2006 Detective Sergeant Fournier was the co-recipient with Laurie Bourne-MacKeigan of the Award of Excellence by the Canadian National Committee for Police and Mental Health Liaison for their work in creating Mental Crisis Response protocol developing a training program for first responders to persons in mental health crisis in Leeds and Grenville.
In this position Detective Sergeant Fournier oversees all major criminal investigations and joint forces operations for the Brockville Police Service, including the Forensic Identification and Drug Enforcement Units. He also shares the responsibilities for ensuring professional standards of the service with Staff Sergeant Bertrend.
Born and raised in Brockville, Tom is a graduate of Brockville Collegiate and holds a bachelor’s degree from Brock University in St.Catherines. He has also successfully completed the Senior Police Administrators Course at the Canadian Police College and numerous Supervisor and Executive Leadership courses at the Ontario Police College. Detective Sergeant Fournier is also a Critical Incident Commander and Crisis Negotiator and has been invited to act as monitor and evaluator on several occasions to The Canadian Police College to assist with these classes.
Tom has also been very active in the Brockville community. He has been involved with our youth by coaching PAA minor hockey teams, being an assistant coach with the Brockville Tikis and coaching rowing with the Brockville Rowing Club. He also served on the board of directors of the Rowing Club for over 20 years and served on the Board of Directors for Brockville Minor Hockey and Brockville Hockey Referee’s Association and with the Brockville Figure Skating Club.
More recently, Detective Sergeant Fournier has been an active member of the Human Services Justice and Coordinating Committee, Crisis Mental Health Response Committee, Brockville General Hospital Community Advisory Committee, and the organizing Committee for training of First Responders to persons in Mental Health Crisis. He is often asked to give Community Presentations on Fraud, Scams and Seniors Safety and can be often seen presenting on these topics annually at Police Week.