Assistant Commissioner Larry Tremblay, Commanding Officer, New Brunswick
Assistant Commissioner Larry Tremblay joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1985 from Montreal, Quebec. Prior to joining the Force, he served nearly four years in the Royal Canadian Navy.
A/Commr. Tremblay began his RCMP career in New Brunswick, where he spent 11 years occupying positions in general duty, covert operations and drug enforcement across the province. Prior to joining the executive ranks in 2002 with A Division's (Ottawa Region) Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit/Drug Section, he completed a series of assignments related to federal enforcement and specialized services in Regina, Milton, Ontario and Ottawa.
Between 2004 and 2008, A/Commr. Tremblay had the unique opportunity to be seconded to CSIS, where he developed expertise in counter proliferation and terrorism. Upon his return to the RCMP, he was assigned to Federal Policing Criminal Operations as the Director General responsible for National Security, Financial Crimes and Serious Organized Crime investigations until 2014. Following this role, he became the Criminal Operations and Protective officer at National Division (Ottawa Region), where he was responsible for sensitive and international investigations as well as the security of Canada's Prime Minister, Governor General and Parliament Hill.
In 2015, A/Commr. Tremblay returned to Headquarters as Assistant Commissioner of Federal Policing Strategic Policy & External Relations. In this strategic advisor role, he led initiatives aimed at maximizing the impact of RCMP programs, enhancing relationships with domestic and international partners, as well as prevention initiatives.
In 2016, A/Commr. Tremblay was appointed the 30th Commanding Officer of the RCMP in New Brunswick.
A/Commr. Tremblay has received several medals and commendations throughout his career for his dedication to excellence in policing. He was granted The Order of Merit of the Police Forces from the Governor General, His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, in 2014.
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