|Employer:||Peterborough Police Service|
|Degree(s):||Bachelor of Arts Honours|
|Major(s):||Criminology and Criminal Justice, Law|
|Expertise:||Community Safety/Correctional Services, Policing|
|Industry:||Public Safety, Public Service|
What makes you a good mentor?
I would make a good mentor as I have been involved in policing for the past 15 years in a variety of roles with different responsibilities. I have the ability to walk people through a typical hiring process with a Police Service and give insight on what expectations you can have for a career in policing.
About Ryan Wilson
In his work with the Peterborough Police Service, Sergeant Wilson has provided service to the City of Peterborough, Village of Lakefield and Township of Cavan Monaghan in various roles over the past 15 years.
He started his career in Uniform Patrol before being promoted to Detective and working in the Sex Crimes Unit. In this role, Sergeant Wilson specialized in investigating online child exploitation offences and worked closely with officers from across the Province and throughout Canada. The work consisted primarily of tracking offender’s possession and distributing graphic child sexual images and working in an undercover capacity online targeting those trying to lure children.
He was promoted to Sergeant in June of 2017 and worked as a Patrol Supervisor for one year before transferring to his current post as the Sergeant in Charge of the Traffic Services Unit.
Sergeant Wilson is happy to assist those exploring a career in policing or any relevant positions and walking them through any application process.