Cameron Field is a senior manager with the anti-money laundering team at the Bank of Montreal (BMO). He leads the intelligence liaison, operational effectiveness and training team in the financial intelligence unit. Prior to that, he served with the Toronto Police Service for 32 years. Field worked in various areas, including uniform patrol, major crime, drug enforcement, internal affairs, sex crimes and the behavioral assessment team. He led the investigative training team and the corporate crimes team and retired as a detective staff sergeant.
Field is currently a director of programming for the Greater Toronto ACAMS Chapter and sits on the Crime Prevention Committee of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Private Sector Liaison Committee of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police. He has received awards from both public and private sector groups for his work in financial crime prevention. He has published and presented extensively on crime prevention, financial crime and the value of public-private partnerships to address corporate risk and community safety.
Field received a Bachelor of Arts degree in justice studies from the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, and a Master of Science degree in criminology from the University of Leicester in the U.K.