Commandant Sylvain Bissonnette
Commandant Sylvain Bissonnette joined the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) in 1989.
An extremely varied career has led him to his current position as commandant at Poste de quartier 9 (PDQ 9).
After working as a factionnaire in Parc-Extension-Villeray and downtown Montréal, he became an agent de formation. Promoted to the position of sergent in 1994, he was assigned to Outremont-Mile End. In 2000, he was transferred to the Section du traitement des appels, where he was responsible for call reconfiguration and data connections with the Section système administratif de la gestion des alarmes.
When he was promoted to the rank of commandant on January 19, 2003, SPVM management entrusted him with PDQ 4 (Dollard-Des Ormeaux, Roxboro). Later he was transferred to the Division de la qualité des services, where he directed police operations over the entire territory and eventually took on responsibility for the Unité canine and Section cavalerie.
Mr. Bissonnette earned a bachelor's degree in history at Université McGill, as well as a master's in history and a certificate in police management and security at the Université de Montréal. He wrote a book and participated in numerous documentaries on the history of the police, and is one of the co-founders of the police museum. He uses history to create bonds between the community and the police.
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