Commanding Officer

Assistant Commissioner Rob Hill

photo of Assistant Commissioner Rob Hill

As the child of a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force, Assistant Commissioner Hill grew up throughout Canada, including stays in Ontario, Nova Scotia, Alberta, and Manitoba. He later followed his father's path and served as a medic with the Canadian Armed Forces.

In 1997, A/Commr. Hill joined the RCMP and spent ten years in Manitoba with postings in Morris, Island Lake, and Winnipeg Drug Section. While in Manitoba, he became very involved in the Critical Incident Program as a Tactical Medic with the Emergency Response Team.

In 2007, he accepted a position with the National Critical Incident Program in Ottawa, where he developed and oversaw the implementation of the RCMP's Tactical Casualty Management Program. During his time in Ottawa, he was involved in planning and operational deployments to the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and the 2010 G8/G20 Summits.

In 2013, A/Commr. Hill was promoted to Inspector and moved to the Arctic where he was a Critical Incident Commander and the Administration and Personnel Officer for Nunavut RCMP.

In 2016, he transferred to Alberta and was the Officer in Charge of Stony Plain / Spruce Grove / Enoch Detachment. He was later promoted to Superintendent as the Assistant District Officer of the Central Alberta District. Durig this time, he continued duties as a Critical Incident Commander.

In February 2019, he was appointed to the position of Criminal Operations Officer with the Manitoba RCMP.

A/Commr. Hill holds a Master's Degree in International Police Leadership from Charles Sturt University and is a graduate of the Executive Development in Policing Program from the Canadian Police College.

He is married and has a teenage son. In his spare time, he enjoys relaxing with his family, fishing, cooking, playing the drums, and cheering for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Commanding Officer's Cultural Diversity Advisory Committee

Commanding Officer's Indigenous Advisory Committee

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