New Officer in Charge appointed to the RCMP Nanaimo Detachment

Summary

The City of Nanaimo wishes to announce that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has promoted Inspector Cameron Miller to the rank of Superintendent as the new Officer in Charge for the Nanaimo Detachment.

Miller previously served as the Operations Support Officer of the Nanaimo Detachment and, over the last 20 years, has held various positions within the RCMP in British Columbia and Ottawa.

Miller will transition into his new role immediately. He replaces former Superintendent Mark Fisher.

Strategic Link: Public Safety - this priority supports the collective well being of our community by protecting the lives of all our residents. Through programs supporting protection, prevention and education, Nanaimo will be a safer and more secure community.

Key Points

  • Miller joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1990. His early postings in the RCMP included, Surrey, Commercial Crime Section, Stock Market Enforcement, Integrated Security Unit for 2010 Winter Olympics and Proceeds of Crime.
  • He was commissioned to the rank of Inspector in 2010 and transferred to Ottawa where he led the RCMP’s Marine Security Operations Centre for two years.
  • In 2012 he took over as the Operations Policy Officer of the Proceeds of Crime Branch and in 2013 took over as Officer in Charge of the Federal Coordination Centre overseeing financial crime.
  • Last summer he was transferred to Nanaimo where he has filled the role of Operations Support Officer. He is also the Officer in Charge of the Vancouver Island Tactical Troop and is a member of the BC Association of Chiefs of Police.

Quotes

"I have had the pleasure of working with Superintendent Miller and look forward to supporting him in any way both myself and Nanaimo Council can. The Nanaimo detachment is the largest on Vancouver Island and I believe he is up to the challenge of managing this very diverse and active operation."

Mayor
City of Nanaimo

"I am looking forward to working with Superintendent Miller as he takes on his new duties leading Nanaimo's RCMP Detachment. Over the past year he as proven himself to be a great fit with the City's senior management and developed strong and respectful relationships throughout our community."

Chief Administrative Officer
City of Nanaimo

"I am very excited about the opportunity to continue to work in Nanaimo and look forward to staying in the community with my family."

Officer in Charge
City of Nanaimo
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Contact:

Philip Cooper
Communication Manager
City of Nanaimo
250-755-4532

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