New RCMP Inspector named for Terrace detachment

Inspector Jayson Lucash transferring in from Prince George

The RCMP inspector who now commands the RCMP’s traffic services operations in northern B.C. has been named the commanding officer of the Terrace RCMP detachment.

Inspector Jayson Lucash, now based in Prince George, will officially take up his duties in November, replacing Inspector Syd Lecky who was promoted and transferred to Kamloops in June.

READ MORE: Terrace RCMP Inspector Syd Lecky transferring to Kamloops

Lucash has 22 years of service with the RCMP, serving in the lower mainland, in the north and southeastern B.C.

He’s worked in general duties and with traffic services, was a watch commander as a corporal in Penticton and was a sergeant in command of the Lake Country RCMP detachment just north of Kelowna.

He was working in Kelowna when he received his commission in April 2017 whereupon he took up his traffic services duties for the north.


 


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