Regina has a new Fire Chief – Layne Jackson.
Jackson, most recently Deputy Chief of Operations with Regina Fire and Protective Serviceis a 20-year veteran of fire services, including 10 years in Regina in a variety of operational roles. He has vast experience, knowledge and skills for this important leadership role.
“Regina Fire and Protective Services is a well-respected and trusted community agency that serves, and will continue to serve, the public safety needs of our community,” said City Manager Chris Holden.
Jackson takes over from Ernie Polsom who joined the City in 2014.
“I thank the former Director for his service, his commitment to the community and wish him and his family well,” said Holden.
A search for a permanent replacement will begin immediately and is expected to take up to six months.