Kevin Gibson was appointed to the Regional Municipality of Niagara Police Services Board by the Provincial Government under an Order in Council from the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario for a three-year term commencing November 9, 2023.  He served previously on the Board as a former Regional Councillor from 2018 to 2022. 

Mr. Gibson was elected as Mayor of the Township of Wainfleet in 2018 and in this capacity served on Niagara Regional Council for a four-year term from December 2018 to December 2022.   During his capacity as Mayor and Regional Councillor, Mr. Gibson served on the Public Health Committee and Waste Management Committee, and on the Board of Directors for the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA). 

Before his time as an elected official, Mr. Gibson served as a police officer with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).  As an RCMP officer, he has various levels of experience working with different levels of government, including working with foreign governments to develop and implement protocols to assist Canadian investigations. He retired as a 34-year veteran of the RCMP and served both nationally in Chilliwack, British Columbia; Whitehorse, Yukon Territory; Toronto, Ontario; and internationally in Bangkok, Thailand, for specialized investigations into human trafficking.  During his policing career, he has held a variety of positions including general uniform duties, community policing, member of the Emergency Response Team dealing with high-risk situations, human trafficking investigator, supervisor of a serious crime unit, and Detachment Commander.  He also worked as part of the security planning team for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, BC. 

He is currently the sole owner and employee of Gibson Auction Service. Being a formally trained auctioneer that mostly specializes in charity auctions, he has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity over the past five years. 

Mr. Gibson is active in the community having volunteered for much of his life. He has coached soccer for years, helped build a habitat for humanity house, rode a bicycle from Vancouver to Toronto and raised $28,000 for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB). He volunteers with the Marshville Heritage Festival, has been on church boards and helped raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society.  He is happily married to Lynn and has two daughters.