|Chief of the Metropolitan Toronto Police Service|
|Preceded by||William J. McCormack|
|Succeeded by||Position Abolished|
|Chief of the Toronto Police Service|
|Preceded by||Position Created|
|Succeeded by||Julian Fantino|
Boothby's rise to the chief's post was seen as a change from the style of William J. McCormack, but he had a difficult time with the Toronto Police union president Craig Bromell. His management style was seen by some as soft and contributed to his departure from the force.
He was succeeded by Julian Fantino.
Since 2000, Boothby has been involved in various charities and local associations:
- member of the Canadian National Sportsmen's Shows Board of Directors
- Consultant, Giesecke & Devrient Card Security
- Task Force Member for the Ministry of Public Safety and Security Task Force on Reform and Correctional Services
- Chair of Jake's House for Children with Autism Board of Directors
- President of the West Side Pine Lake Cottagers Association
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