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Terrace RCMP inspector leaving for Prince George

Local police Inspector Eric Stubbs will be moving to the Prince George detachment.  - FILE PHOTO
Local police Inspector Eric Stubbs will be moving to the Prince George detachment.
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TERRACE RCMP inspector Eric Stubbs is set to become the new officer in charge of the Prince George RCMP detachment.

“I would like to thank the City for this tremendous opportunity and I’m very excited to take on the role of Superintendent,” said Stubbs. “I am extremely eager to begin my new duties and start working with the outstanding individuals already in place at the Prince George Detachment. Finally, I would like to recognize the past work of Superintendant Butterworth-Carr and I wish her the best in her future role.”

Inspector Stubbs is currently the Officer in Charge of the Terrace Detachment, RCMP. Inspector Stubbs is originally from Alberta and joined the RCMP in 1993. After postings in southern BC, he came to the North District in 2000 when he was promoted to Mackenzie. Stubbs served as the Detachment Commander in Queen Charlotte City from 2003 to 2005. He then transferred to Terrace as the Operations NCO and has been the Officer in Charge for the past three years. In addition to his extensive detachment policing experience, Inspector Stubbs is well versed in aboriginal policing, with policing experience in nine First Nations communities.

Inspector Stubbs will take over the post of Superintendent Brenda Butterworth-Carr, who is being promoted to the rank of Chief Superintendent in charge of the National Aboriginal Police Services in Ottawa. The dates for the departure of Superintendent Butterworth-Carr and the arrival of Inspector Stubbs have not been finalized.

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