Nicole started with the Edmonton Police Service (EPS) in 2002, assigned to policing the Downtown Division Patrol. She took on numerous roles throughout her career. Between 2007 and 2017, Nicole was the Sergeant in charge of the Public Safety Compliance Team (PSCT), a Detective in Child Protection Section, a Staff Sergeant in SE Division and in Security and Intelligence Services Section. In 2017, Nicole was promoted to the rank of Inspector. As an Inspector, Nicole was successful in obtaining her designation as a Critical Incident Commander (CIC) from the Canadian Police College and is currently one of five CIC’s with the EPS and the only current serving female. In 2020, Nicole was promoted to a Superintendent. She is one of only two current serving female Superintendents with the Edmonton Police Service (EPS), President of the Senior Officers’ Association and most selected as the Chair of the Alberta Women in Policing (AWIP) Society.
Nicole has enormous gratitude for all the trail-blazing women who came before her, especially her wife, Retired Deputy Chief Danielle Campbell, who was one of the first women involved in AWIP. We owe it to all of you to continue to forge ahead and create even greater opportunities for those women to come. “Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen” – Brené Brown, Daring Gently.