CJ Kyle began her policing career with Delta Police in 1990 and joined Transit Police in 2013 as a Staff Sergeant in Professional Standards. CJ was promoted to Inspector in 2016 and took over the Patrol West District in January of 2018. CJ has extensive experience working in both operational and administrative policing.

CJ helped introduce Community Based Policing in Delta and was a member of their Critical Incident Team, Association Executive, and Municipal Integrated ERT Team. CJ worked in patrol, sex crimes, property crimes, and professional standards. CJ was a part of the inaugural Transit Police Bargaining Team and created new procedures focused on improving customer service within our Professional Standards Unit. CJ sits on the Executive Board of the BC Women in Law Enforcement.

CJ is an experienced Investigator, Assessor, Supervisor, Crisis Negotiator, and Team Commander. CJ has received two Provincial Awards for Meritorious Service, earned her Exemplary Long Service Medal, a Chief Constable Commendation, Chief Officer Award for Valour, and 3 Superintendent Commendations. CJ has a Certificate in Police Leadership and Management from Dalhousie University, is a retired hockey goalie and has received numerous sports awards in hockey, softball, and powerlifting. CJ has been published in the Economist, the IAWP magazine, and the Evidence Technology Magazine regarding her efforts to bring electronic notes and technology to policing. CJ is part of the Provincial Digital Evidence Committee working to procure a new cloud solution for the province.

CJ has a very forward-thinking optimistic attitude, loves innovation, and holds integrity and courage as her greatest values. CJ’s raison d’être; “Because I Care”.