Evan Taylor was born and raised in Southern Ontario. He is a fourth generation police officer and is currently in his seventh year as a member of the RCMP. Evan is married and has two children.
- Police Foundations Diploma at Niagara College
- In 2008, Evan was hired by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources as a Provincial Park Warden and was posted to the Bronte Creek Provincial Park in Oakville Ontario.
- Subsequently, Evan was hired as a cadet by the Ontario Provincial Police where he served at Burlington Detachment until July 2009, when he accepted employment with the RCMP.
- Upon graduation from Depot, he was posted to Vulcan Detachment in K Division.
- While working in Vulcan, Evan served as a volunteer youth leader for a local community youth group and sat on the board of the Vulcan Regional Victims Services Unit.
- In September of 2015, Evan was transferred to the Wood Buffalo Drug section where he currently serves. He continues to be involved with youth in the community through the Duke of Edinburgh program.
- While in Vulcan, Evan spearheaded the implementation of the Community Youth Challenge for the Duke of Edinburgh Award program. While so doing, he also personally completed the Gold Level Award which was presented to him by Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, in October of 2015.
- Evan is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys hunting, fishing and is a certified Rescue and Ice Certified SCUBA Diver. His training proved invaluable in July 2015 when he placed his own life in jeopardy to rescue two teens from the frigid waters of Waterton Nation Park. For his heroism, he received an award from Alberta Health Services and was nominated for bravery and lifesaving awards from the Governor General and St. John Ambulance Society respectively.
- Evan is an enthusiastic member of the MPPAC. His former experience as a member of the Ontario Provincial Police Association (O.P.P.A.) has lead him to have great optimism about a bright future ahead for RCMP members through the endeavors of MPPAC.