Insp. Steve Burton
Inspector Burton joined the TNPS from the Calgary Police Service in 2013, first as a secondment, then as a full-time officer in 2015. During his 19 years of service with CPS, Inspector Burton performed a variety of policing roles that included: Patrol; Youth Education and Intervention; High Risk Offender Program; Security Operations/Witness Protection; Professional Standards; and, was the creator of the Calgary Police Service Behavioural Sciences Unit.
Inspector Burton is a Forensic Investigative Psychologist and provides a number of services including: behavioural analysis; interviewing strategies; forensic content analysis; and, threat assessment and threat management. Inspector Burton also leads the Service in Mental Health and Addiction strategies and supports programming in these, and other mental health and psychology related areas.
In the past five years, Inspector Burton has seen significant change within the Service and on the Nation and enjoys the challenges that come with having wide and varied responsibilities. Mostly, Inspector Burton enjoys working for the people of the Tsuut’ina Nation and working alongside the men and women of Tosguna who are committed to policing our community.