Contact Information

Brandon Police Service

1020 Victoria Avenue
Brandon, MB

Emergencies 911

Non-Emergencies 204-729-2345

 Brandon Police Service Executive 


Chief of Police, Randy Lewis

Chief Randy Lewis grew up on a farm in the southwest part of Manitoba and moved to Brandon in 1987 to attend Brandon University. Upon graduation from Brandon University in 1992, Chief Lewis briefly worked in the private sector before beginning his policing career with the Brandon Police Service in 1994. Chief Lewis has worked in many areas of the Brandon Police Service throughout his career including the Patrol Division, Criminal Investigations Unit, Traffic Unit, Community Support Unit, Tactical Response Unit, and Firearms Training Unit. Chief Lewis was promoted to Deputy Chief in February of 2016 and then went on to fill the role of Acting Chief of Police from June 2023 to April 2024. Chief Lewis was hired as the Interim Chief of Police in May 2024, and will fill this role until his anticipated retirement in fall of 2024. Chief Lewis and his wife reside in Brandon where they raised three children.




Inspector, Marc Alain

Inspector Marc Alain was born and raised in the lower mainland of British Columbia. He moved to Manitoba with his wife in 1978, to her home town of Deloraine. Inspector Alain worked with a local plumber there for about a year.

In November 1979, he was hired by the Deloraine Town Police Department. He worked there with the Chief of Police for six (6) years before being hired by the Brandon police Service in January 1986. He started in Brandon as all Police Officers working in the patrol division. Throughout his career he has worked in the Criminal Investigation Section, Community Resources unit, Training Section, Community Policing Section. As a Staff Sergeant he has been in charge of a patrol Platoon, Training, the CompStat section, Support Services and the Crime Division. He was promoted to Inspector – Support Services Division on February 28, 2022.

Inspector Alain and his wife live in Brandon. They have two (2) adult children and are proud grandparents to five (5) grandchildren. 

greghActing Deputy Chief of Police, Greg Hebert

In January of 2018, Greg was appointed to the rank of Inspector and was in charge of Support Services.  Inspector Hebert joined the Brandon Police Service in 1992 and has enjoyed a variety of assignments during his 31-year career, including Patrol, Traffic, Major Crimes, Organized Crime, Court Services and Organizational Development.  

Inspector Hebert has worked the majority of his career in Operations, spending over 24 years in various roles within the Service.   

He is currently the Inspector of Operations where he oversees the Patrol and the Crime Divisions, including the Officer i/c of the Emergency Response Team. 

Inspector Hebert is a current member of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), Association of Canadian Critical Incident Commanders ACCIC) and the Manitoba Association of Chiefs of Police (MACP).  In his role with MACP, he serves on the Tactical Advisory Committee and the Organized Crime Task Force.  

Inspector Hebert has completed the Asper School of Business – Advanced Program in Management, Leadership, and Strategy.  He has recently completed the CACP Executive Mentorship Program. 

Greg and his wife Wendy are the proud parents of three young women.