Suzanne Muir

Deputy Chief Officer of Administrative Services

With over 28 years of policing experience at Vancouver Police Department, Deputy Chief Officer Suzanne Muir joined Transit Police in 2022, and has overseen key areas including the Operations Communications Centre, Explosive Detection Dog Team, Community Engagement Team, Targeted Mobile Enforcement Team, Finance, Human Resources, Recruitment and Training, Facilities and Fleet. DCO Muir also serves as a Transit Police representative on the TransLink, CACP and BCACP Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Committees.

DCO Muir joined the VPD in 1995, and has diverse policing experience, having worked with the VPD Strike Force, the General Investigation Unit, Robbery, Assault and Arson Unit, Major Crime Section and Special Investigation Section. In 2015, she was promoted to Inspector and remained as the Officer-In-Charge of the Special Investigation Section, before transferring in 2017 to the Diversity, Inclusion and Indigenous Relations Section and Victim Services Unit. In 2021, she joined the Operations Division as a District Commander.

DCO Muir is the recipient of nine VPD Commendations, including three Chief Constable Commendations. She holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of British Columbia and is an inductee into the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame.

Anita Furlan

Deputy Chief Officer of Operations

Deputy Anita Furlan joined the RCMP in 1997 where she held a variety of positions, including being part of the Border Integrity Team, the Integrated Gang Task Force, the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU) – Organized Crime section, and the provincial Major Crime Section. In 2016, Anita was commissioned to the Inspector rank where she oversaw the Real Time Intelligence Centre-BC, and in 2018 to the rank of Superintendent as the RCMP Division Intelligence Officer.

Anita holds a Bachelor in General Studies (Applied Studies) with Distinction from Athabasca University. She is currently completing a Certificate in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion from the University of British Columbia.

In 2012, Anita received an Officer’s Certificate of Appreciation for her participation in the “It Gets Better Video” aimed at 2SLGBTQ+ youth. Anita is a strong proponent of increasing the number of women in policing, specifically in the Executive ranks and has been on the Advisory Committee for BC Women In Law Enforcement (BCWLE) since its inception in 2019. She is also a member of Out on Patrol and is a proud member of the 2SLGBTQ+ community.

Anita leads the Operations Division in the provision of primary response and crime prevention policing. In addition to Patrol Operations, she oversees Stakeholder Relations and Community Policing, the General Investigation Unit, the Intelligence Unit, the Operations Communication Centre and the Explosive Detection Dog Unit.

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