Deputy Chief Todd Waselovich

Deputy Chief Todd Waselovich has dedicated 25 years to the policing profession and is incredibly proud to be afforded the opportunity to serve our community and lead the women and men, both professional and sworn, of the Niagara Regional Police Service. 

Prior to his appointment, Deputy Chief Waselovich served as the Superintendent of Emergency and Investigative Services, where he provided oversight and leadership for all centralized investigative units and Emergency Services.

Throughout his extensive policing career, Deputy Chief Waselovich has held various operational and senior leadership roles within the Niagara Regional Police Service, including District Operations, Emergency Task Unit, Street Crime, Domestic Violence, Opioid Enforcement and Education Unit, Labour Relations, and Professional Development.

Deputy Chief Waselovich is dedicated to supporting the hardworking men and women of the Niagara Regional Police Service, along with fostering community involvement. He brings diverse experience, having served as a long-time Board Member of Community Addiction Services of Niagara. Additionally, he actively volunteers with Special Olympics and has coached youth soccer.

Deputy Chief Waselovich is a member of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP), Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and the International Association of Chiefs of Police.  He currently is a member of the Organized Crime Committee.

Deputy Chief Waselovich is a recipient of the Governor General of Canada's Peace Officer Exemplary Service Medal in recognition of his 20 years of distinguished service to our community and the policing profession.

Deputy Chief Waselovich holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Windsor, Labour Relations Certification from Queen's University IRC, and completed the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Executive Program in Police Leadership.