Constable Lindsay Soo-Chan served nearly 14 years with the Federal Government having worked with the Department of Citizenship & Immigration Canada, Correctional Service Canada and RCMP. Lindsay began her policing career by attending the RCMP training academy in 2017 and was then posted to Richmond RCMP. During her RCMP career, she worked in General Duty, Serious Crimes Unit, on the Richmond Mobile Enforcement Team and has been deployed to the Northern wildfires where she worked at the Command Post. In 2018, Lindsay was recognized by the Officer In Charge for exceptional police work respecting public safety when she collaborated with her teammates and carried out a fluid and dynamic vehicle interdiction without injury or property damage during a challenging and hostile situation.

In June 2021,  she joined the New Westminster Police Department after retiring from Richmond RCMP. Lindsay is a member of the Marine Unit as a Police Boat Operator and currently works in uniformed patrol. She has also participated in a secondment to the Crime Prevention Unit where she was a member of the community policing team and has worked closely with community partners, New West Fire & Rescue and By-Laws in Homeless Outreach. Lindsay has participated as a member of the Diversity Committee, Wellness Committee, and Health & Safety Committee. More recently, she contributed to the New West downtown liveability initiative and liaised with the Business Improvement Association and Residents Association.

She has dedicated her time and service in the community in a volunteer capacity for over 15 years. Lindsay holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and HR Management from Ryerson University and a Police Foundations diploma from Humber College.