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Peter Yuen is a retired Deputy Chief for the Toronto Police Service with 35 years of service and the director of Y-ICE Consulting. As a prolific executive leader in the largest municipal service in North America, Peter was in charge of the Community Safety Command where he oversaw over 4500 employees and managed an annual budget exceeding 600 million dollars.
Peter has acquired an extensive variety of professional experiences over the course of his policing career including: uniform patrol, undercover work, criminal investigation, community response, Asian Organized Crime, the Homicide Squad, Human Resources, Duty Operations and Professional Standards.
Peter has been recognized as an Asian Organized Crime expert by the Courts of Ontario and has spoken both locally and internationally on the topic, including addressing the Justice Committee in Ottawa, the International Council for Refugees and the National Organized Crime Committee.
As an expert in diversity, inclusion and equity, Peter was the Ontario Regional Chair of the National Justice Committee, the Co-Chair of the Toronto Police Service Mobile Crisis Intervention Teams, Advisor on the Toronto Police Services Board Anti-Racism Advisory Panel, and the Toronto Police Services Board Mental Health and Addictions Advisory Panel, and many internal and external committees and working groups.
Peter has a Bachelor of Applied Arts Degree in Justice Studies and a Master of Arts degree in Leadership from the University of Guelph.