Detective Constable - Computer Cyber Crime (C3)


Prior to joining the Toronto Police Service Kenrick spent twenty years working in the Information Technology industry primarily in the financial services sector. During this time, Kenrick spent 12.5 years working in Bermuda where he was a Senior Network Analyst for the Bank of Butterfield, then an IT Manager for Flag Telecom and then as Senior Vice President of Information Technology for CAPITAL G Bank (now Clarien Bank) before returning to Canada in 2005.

Kenrick has been a member of the Toronto Police Service since April of 2006 and holds the rank of Detective Constable. He has worked in several areas of policing including:

Primary Response, Community Response, The TAVIS Neighborhood Imitative Program, General Criminal Investigations, and Divisional Fraud Investigations.

In February of 2015 Kenrick joined the Computer Cyber Crime (C3) section of Intelligence Services where he currently works as a Cybercrime Investigator, and also instructs at the Toronto Police College on the Internet Facilitated Investigations course, and the Cybersecurity course at George Brown College in the faculty of Safety, Security and Emergency Management.

Kenrick is a contributor to Canadian Security Magazine where he has written several columns on Cybersecurity including cyber bullying and threats to critical infrastructure.

Kenrick has been a keynote speaker and presenter on Cybersecurity at The Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit (Toronto, ON), The Niagara Counterfeit and Fraud Workshop (Niagara Falls, ON), The Axis Communications USA Partner Summit (Tucson, AZ) and several other public sector and private industry symposiums.

Kenrick has also written the chapter entitled ‘Dealing With Law Enforcement’ in the recently published book, Cybersecurity In Canada, A Guide to Best Practices, Planning and Management.

Kenrick’s background in Information Technology combined with his Law Enforcement experience has uniquely positioned him as an investigator, instructor and presenter on technology, information security and cyber investigations.






In this session we will have a look at how the explosion of Social Media and digital platforms have provided a haven for online crime and will provide information on awareness, prevention and response.



12:45 pm – 2:00 pm