Officer-in-Charge, Chief Superintendent Stephan Drolet has been a member of the RCMP since 1992. His first posting was to Burnaby Detachment in June 1993 following basic training in Regina. Since then he has had a range of experience in detachments throughout the Lower Mainland District and at the Pacific Region Training Centre.
Prior to his appointment as Officer-in-Charge of Burnaby Detachment, Chief Superintendent Drolet spent 18 years policing in Burnaby in a variety of functions including general duty, street enforcement, robbery, serious crime, Strike Force and emergency management. Chief Superintendent Drolet was commissioned in 2009 as Regional Duty Officer for the Lower Mainland District.
In August 2011, he was transferred to Langley where he was the Operations Support Officer overseeing Serious Crime, Drug Section, Street Enforcement, Community Policing, Crime Reduction, Client Services, Training, Media Relations and Victim Services.
Chief Superintendent Drolet completed his Bachelor of Applied Business: Emergency Services and holds a Certificate of Emergency Management. He has completed the International Executive Development Program and is a sessional instructor for the Justice Institute of British Columbia. He has instructed the Incident Command System nationally. Chief Superintendent Drolet was awarded the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada Medal, the Queen’s Jubilee Medal, the RCMP Long Service Medal and a Commanding Officer's Commendation.
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