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Kelowna's new top cop named

December 21, 2016 - 2:25 PM

KELOWNA – In the New Year, Kelowna RCMP will have a new leader.

Insp. Brent Mundle, a 23-year RCMP veteran, will be the Kelowna RCMP's new Detachment Commander, according to a City of Kelowna media release.

Mundle worked across Alberta and returned to B.C. this year to serve as Operations Officer in Kelowna, the release says. He has served as Acting Detachment Commander in Kelowna since September, when former Supt. Nick Romanchuk retired.

“His wealth of operational policing knowledge, coupled with his record of engagement in community activities make him highly qualified to assume this command," Chief Supt. Brad Haugli says in the release.

In a news conference scheduled for the New Year, mayor Colin Basran will formally introduce Mundle to the public.

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