Assistant Commissioner Larry Tremblay has been named as the 30th Commanding Officer for the RCMP in New Brunswick. 


A/Commr. Tremblay replaces A/Commr. Roger Brown who is retiring after more than 35 years of service with the RCMP, the last three years as the Commanding Officer in New Brunswick.

A/Commr. Tremblay brings a wealth of leadership experience to the role following more than 30 years of policing service in various provincial, federal and inter-departmental postings (see link to biography below for further details).

The solid work done by the people working for the RCMP in New Brunswick is known across the country.  It's a proud legacy that I look forward to continuing,” said A/Commr. Tremblay. “The solid relationships with partners and the public that A/Commr. Brown has cultivated over his tenure is critical to ensuring our province is a safe place to live and work and I look forward to building on this foundation.”

The RCMP employs close to 1,200 people in New Brunswick and provides policing services to more than 70% of the province’s population, throughout more than 98% of the province’s land area.

An official change of command ceremony will take place at a future date.

Click here for a biography of Assistant Commissioner Larry Tremblay.