In his more than 25 years of policing, Deputy Chief Trevor Daroux has worked in a number of different areas leading to his current position as Deputy Chief of the Bureau of Community Policing. He sits on several boards, including the Calgary Homeless Foundation and the Calgary Community and Land Trust Society. Deputy Chief Daroux is a graduate of the University of Calgary and the National Policing Improvement Agency in the United Kingdom.
“Breaking the cycle of homelessness is a matter of assistance rather than enforcement. Our public services are strained because they can’t provide what people need most to get back on their feet — a permanent place to call home.”Trevor Daroux