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FORT NELSON, B.C. — Northern Rockies RCMP has welcomed three new members to the detachment over the past six months. Officers came from the RCMP Training Academy in Regina, and then went on to complete six months of field training.

Last June Constables Simms Desrouleaux of Montreal, Quebec, and Rob Ennis from the Lower Mainland arrived in Fort Nelson. Shortly after they were joined by Elicia Houle, also from the Lower Mainland.

In a release Northern Rockies detatchment commander Staff Sergeant Steve McLeod said, “You may have already seen these members participating in community events and school activities where they have been engaging with the communities youth already, but I wanted to take the time to acknowledge not only their accomplishment of completing their police training, but also to acknowledge how quickly they have made this community their home.

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These members have been posted to Fort Nelson with interests in working in a northern community, an environment that can be challenging for many new members. Please join me in welcoming these members as they begin their careers with the RCMP.”

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