About Burnaby RCMP

With an estimated population of more than 249,000 residents, the Burnaby RCMP has grown into the third largest RCMP Detachment in Canada and the fourth largest police service in the Province of British Columbia. In 2022, there were 301 police officers and 109 City of Burnaby employees working at the detachment.


 Chief Superintendent Graham de la Gorgendiere

Officer In Charge
Burnaby RCMP is under the command of Chief Superintendent Graham de la Gorgendiere. He has been the Officer In Charge at the Burnaby detachment since October 2021. Learn more about Chief Supt. de la Gorgendiere.

The cover of the Burnaby RCMP Detachment Strategic Plan 2023-2026: On a blue background with an RCMP and City of Burnaby logo there are pictures, including runners from the Law Enforcement Torch Run posing with banners and a flag, a police officer carrying a sign that says ‘police search in progress’, officers in Red Serge holding flags outdoors, an officer outside Metrotown SkyTrain station writing in his notebook, a mascot bear wearing a Red Serge holding a toy and posing in a toy store, two officers giving the thumbs up while holding the Pride Flag, a group of four people in yellow ‘Cops for Cancer’ biking uniforms standing beside two police officers, a police officer with  the words <q>Gang Enforcement Burnaby</q> standing near the open trunk of a vehicle at night 

Burnaby RCMP Strategic Plan 2023-2026
In 2023, Burnaby RCMP launched its detachment Strategic Plan for 2023-2026. The plan outlines the detachment's operational priorities and intended goals for the coming years. You can learn more about the Strategic Plan by clicking the link below.

Strategic Plan 2023-2026

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