Chief Mark Noonan
Chief Mark Noonan began his career in 1992 with the Brockville Police Service. He worked uniform patrol for 9 years before working the bulk of his career in Criminal Investigations and Intelligence. Prior to being promoted to Deputy Chief in 2018, Mark was the Acting Sergeant in charge of Criminal Investigations.
He was raised in Brockville, attending Brockville Collegiate Secondary School and then Carleton University where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts Degree. Mark has received extensive training through the Ontario Police College, the Canadian Police College, and the Criminal Intelligence Service of Ontario. These courses covered criminal, drug, and organized crime investigation techniques.
Mark is the father of two children.
Deputy Chief Harvie
Deputy Chief Harvie began his policing career with the Toronto Police Service in December 1998. He served with Toronto working as a constable in 23 Division until he relocated to Brockville. Andrew was born and raised in Montreal Quebec until his family relocated to Russell Ontario. He also spent two years living in Saudi Arabia. Andrew has worked for Corrections Canada, the Ministry of Correctional Service and the Canadian Primary Reserves.
In January of 2001 he relocated to Brockville to begin his career with the Brockville Police Service. During his time in Brockville Andrew has worked in various areas and acquired the skills necessary for the position of deputy chief. He has worked as a constable on general patrol, breath technician, bike officer, criminal investigative branch, Emergency Response Team, Use of Force Instructor, carbine instructor, conducted energy weapons instructor, patrol sergeant, staff sergeant of operations and incident commander.
Andrew holds a certificate in Law and Security from Algonquin College in Ottawa. Andrew also holds several certificates from courses offered at Ontario Police College including investigative and supervisory courses. Andrew graduated from the FBI National Academy in 2022. He is always looking to continue his education.
On October 15th, 2015, Andrew Harvie without hesitation entered the frigid water of the St Lawrence River moments after a vehicle had almost completely submerged at the Home Street Boat ramp. Sgt. Harvie successfully broke the rear window and rescued the lone female occupant from the vehicle. He was awarded a certificate of commendation by the Governor General of Canada and a Bronze medal of Bravery from the Royal Canadian Humane Association for his actions that day.
Andrew is married with a son and a crazy dog.
Staff Sergeant Boyd
Staff Sergeant Bennett