Chief Superintendent Jamie Zettler, Commanding Officer, Northwest Territories
Chief Superintendent Jamie Zettler was born and raised in southwestern Ontario and joined the RCMP in 1990. Following training he was posted to Hope, BC. Chief Superintendent Zettler was promoted to the rank of Corporal in Squamish, BC, Sergeant in 100 Mile House, BC and Staff Sergeant in Fort St. James, BC.
In 2009, he was commissioned to the rank of Inspector as the OIC of the Canadian Air Carrier Protective Program "O" Division. In 2011 Inspector Zettler transferred to "G" Division as the OIC of the South District. In 2013 he was promoted to the rank of Superintendent as the District Policing Officer East "B" Division..
Chief Superintendent Zettler has contract operational experiences as a Detachment Commander, Operations NCO, Unit Commander and District Manager in "E", "V", "G" and "B" Division. Chief Superintendent Zettler has Protective and International Policing experience in "O" Division. In addition, he has provided service in various other capacities including the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and the 2010 G8/G20 Summits in Ontario.
Chief Superintendent Zettler has a Bachelor's Degree from Brock University in Ontario, and has been awarded the RCMP Long Service medal and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Chief Superintendent Zettler resides in Yellowknife, with his wife Susie and their two children. While not at work he enjoys various sports and outdoor activities with his family and watching his children participate in various sports and activities.
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