New Brunswick – success stories

Through innovative initiatives and programs, the RCMP works with its partners, connects with communities and supports its people in order to keep Canadians safe.

Calling the shots – Incident commander considers safety on scene

When the RCMP responds to a crisis situation in New Brunswick or Prince Edward Island, deciding when to send in a tactical vehicle, bomb squad or canine unit is Supt. Lucie Dubois's call. As a critical incident commander for this region, she's one of six officers who rotate calling the shots on deploying specialized units. Read about Supt. Dubois's role and the challenges. (January 2019)

Trust is everything – Policing approach forges relationships on Mi'kmaq reserve

To show respect for the First Nations community they police, Cst. Boyd Milliea and other officers at the Elsipogtog RCMP detachment don't wear police hats while working on the reserve. Learn how members work with the community to better understand each other's differences and improve relationships. (January 2019)

Drawing out suspects

Cst. Alexandre L'Heureux is one of two full-time RCMP forensic sketch artists. Read about how Paul Northcott spoke with him about his career, which he describes as the best job in the RCMP. (October 2018)

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