Brian Mullen- Business Administration 1991
2002 Business Recipient
Brian Mullan graduated from Mohawk College with a diploma in Business Administration in 1991 and a Certificate in Police Sciences in 1982. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from British Columbia Open University; completed training at the FBI Centre in Quantico, Virginia; graduated from the University of Toronto School of Management’s Police Leadership Program; and is presently actively participating in the Bay Area Leadership Program. In 1995, he received the Ontario Police Exemplary Service Medal.
Mr. Mullan is Deputy Chief, Field Services with the Hamilton Police Service, the second-highest ranking officer. All uniformed officers, investigators, labour relations officers, the youth coordinators and the court services branch report to him - about 700 out of 1,000 employees. He was the first to combine resources between police forces. He was instrumental in cost recovery that has resulted in revenue of approximately 1 million dollars.
Brian Mullan commanded police operations for the Grey Cup and for the Days of Protest, which drew 100,000 people to Hamilton. He also coordinated the police response to the Y2K bug. On September 11, 2001, Mr. Mullan rushed to John C. Munro Airport to coordinate security as diverted aircraft were grounded in Hamilton.
He is presently Chair, Hamilton Community Care Access; Governor, Federal Bureau of Investigation National Association; Director, St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation; Assitant Director, Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police; Member of the Ancaster Lions; Past Director, Community Care Access Centre; Director, Hamilton-Wentworth District Health Council; Chair, Central West Emergency Health Services Committee, and Founder / Executive, Hamilton Employment Equity Network.