Dale L. Sheehan
Dale Sheehan is a Retired Assistant Commissioner with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police with 35 years experience in law enforcement. In October 2008, Mr Sheehan won an international competition and was appointed as INTERPOL’s first Director of Police Training and Development. He was posted in Lyon , France and Singapore for 8 years.
He has on several national and international board of directors, including; Past President; Canadian Association Of Police Educators, INTERPOL Group Of Experts Police Training, Canadian Police Knowledge Network, RCMP Quarterly Editorial Board and the Intellectual Property Management Board.
A published historian and freelance writer, he is co-author of the Canadian best seller “Behind the Badge, A history of Depot Division”. He has personally funded a scholarship under his name at Carleton University to aid students entering criminology and law studies, to help broaden the appeal of public service through policing.
Dale Sheehan published and co-edited “Police Organization and Training, Innovations in Research and Practice” and “Match fixing in Football”, spearheading a collective effort of 13 different countries and international partners to help broaden the appeal of public service through policing. He is a freelance writer, published in several magazines and newspapers.
Dale has participated, observed and reviewed police training and capacity building in over 125 countries. He has devoted the large portion of his career in the police training and development world and is currently an international consultant conducting police training and development reviews and reforms in the middle east and Africa region.
Sheehan is a Director with the Sport Integrity Unit, with the International Center Sports Security and has lectured internationally on best practices in corruption in sport.
Sheehan manages the ICSS Integrity Counts Whistleblower Hotline combatting corruption in sport.