Superintendent Andrew Chan
Superintendent Andrew Chan began his career with the Vancouver Police Department in 1999 and spent the first 12 years as a patrol constable, and as a tactical operator with the Emergency Response Team. In 2011, he was promoted to sergeant and held supervisory positions as a patrol sergeant and ERT Team Leader. In 2016, he was assigned to the Human Resources Section and held positions as the sergeant-in-charge of the Department Security Office and staff sergeant-in-charge of the HR Operations teams.
Promoted to inspector in 2019, he remained assigned to the Human Resources Section as the officer-in-charge where he managed 14 units including the VPDís Pandemic Working Group and the Employee Wellness Unit. Superintendent Chan has completed the National Critical Incident Commander Program at the Canadian Police College and is qualified as a Level-2 Critical Incident Commander. In 2020, he was promoted to superintendent and is currently assigned as the Disciplinary Authority Services Superintendent.
Session 2 - Surviving COVID-19: Lessons on what we have lived and learned