Commandant Stéphane Plourde
Commandant Stéphane Plourde joined the police force in 1989. He started his career at the Ville Saint-Laurent police station, and was posted later on to the station covering the area of Outremont, Mile-End, and Plateau Mont-Royal.
In 1997, after a short stay in the downtown area, Mr. Plourde carried out a peacekeeping mission in Haiti as an observer for the UN.
Upon his return home, he was promoted to Sergeant and successively appointed as supervisor of the St-Michel police station, advisor in strategic and budgetary planning and coordinator to the Division de la sécurité routière.
Promoted to Commander in 2006, he joined a team of commanders in charge of coordinating special police operations and major events on the Island of Montréal. He was also given command of the Canine and Cavalry units.
Commandant Plourde holds two certificates in Human Resources Management from HEC Montréal and Université de Montréal. He is pleased to join the team of neighbourhood police station 12 and serve the citizens of the City of Westmount and the borough of Ville-Marie.
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