Commanding Officer

Assistant Commissioner Curtis Zablocki

Assistant Commissioner Curtis Zablocki

Born and raised in rural Saskatchewan, Assistant Commissioner Curtis Zablocki has been a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for over 26 years. Prior to taking over as Commanding Officer at 'F' Division, Assistant Commissioner Zablocki served as Deputy Criminal Operations Officer at 'K' Division (Alberta). In this role he held responsibility of oversight for all operational policing matters in relation to General Duty policing for the RCMP in Alberta, as well as the Traffic Program, Provincial Support Services, Aboriginal Policing, Forensic Identification Services, the Critical Incident Program, the Operational Communications Centre Program and Community Policing.

Assistant Commissioner Zablocki began his career in law enforcement after graduating from the University of Alberta in Edmonton with a Bachelor's degree in Criminology.

To date, Assistant Commissioner Zablocki has spent the entirety of his policing career in 'K' Division carrying out various operational uniform and plainclothes duties. These duties have been primarily in Contract Policing including General Duty, General Investigations/Major Crime, District Advisory functions and Detachment Command.

In 2007, Assistant Commissioner Zablocki was commissioned as an Inspector and assigned to the position of Officer in Charge of Wetaskiwin Detachment and Operations Officer for the newly created Battle River District. In this role he also worked closely with the Maskwacis First Nations communities (Hobbema) in combatting gang issues. In 2010, he was appointed as Superintendent in charge of Central Alberta District and in 2012 appointed as Chief Superintendent in charge of Central Alberta District.

Assistant Commissioner Zablocki took official command as 'F' Division's Commanding Officer on Sept. 6, 2016.

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