CFSEU-BC and it’s members have been recognized by many law enforcement agencies world wide. Whether it’s recognition for our outstanding commitment or an appreciation of our support on a number of global investigations.


CFSEU-BC has been involved in some high-profile investigations that have resulted in a number of significant arrests and charges against some of the most violent gang-involved people in British Columbia and beyond. Below are some of the awards and recognition as a result of some of those investigations.

2000 – The City of Surrey
In appreciation and recognition of your invaluable contribution during the Heather Thomas search

2000 – The Society Study of Criminal Enterprise in the Pacific Rim

In acknowledgment of your contribution and support of the Pacific Rim Money Laundering & Financial Crimes Conference.

2001 – United States Secret Service

The Members of the Organized Crime Agency of British Columbia “Project Coconut”

In appreciation for your many efforts and continued support of the United States Secret Service and its missions.

2002 – Microsoft Recognition of Excellence – IPR Enforcement 

Organized Crime Agency of British Columbia

2003  – Asian Special Investigators Association of Alberta – British Columbia – Washington – Oregon – California

Award for recognition and apparition of your support of the Asian Special Investigators Association & to Canadian & US law enforcement.

2006 – Recognition of CFSEU-BC’s units outstanding commitment & dedication during project E-pork.

2008 – Federal & International Operations

For CFSEU-BC dedication and commitment in support of Project E-Paragon

2009 – The Drug Enforcement Administration Seattle Field Division

In recognition for exemplary service to drug law enforcement to CFSEU-BC.

2013 – Justice Education Society

Presented to CFSEU-BC for helping build Guatemalan Justice Systems.

2013 – CFSEU-BC Member of the year award

Recognition of CFSEU-BC’s Sergeant Lindsey Houghton who spearhead the launch of the “End Gang Life” media campaign, a bold anti-gang campaign designed to give gangsters pause about their lifestyle choices.

2014  – Ministry of Justice Community Safety and Crime Prevention Awards (media)

Sergeant Lindsey Houghton has been instrumental in redefining the Media Relations Officer program and Anti-Gang Strategy at the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit – BC (CFSEU-BC) over the past year.

2014 – Great Idea Award – First Place 
Promotional Campaign – Community Newspapers (25,000 and over)
Candy Hodson “BC’s Anti-gang Police” – The Leader

2014 – 2015 Project “Hydra”
Edmonton Police Service

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