Edmonton & Area News

St. Albert RCMP welcomes new detachment commander

ST ALBERT – Superintendent Gord Stewart, Acting District Commander for Central Alberta District, announced that Staff Sergeant Ryan Comaniuk has been promoted to Inspector and will be the new officer in charge of St. Albert Detachment.   

A proud Albertan, Ryan has close to 20 years’ service; having served his entire career with the Alberta RCMP. He has had the opportunity of providing policing services to several communities throughout rural Alberta. Prior to transferring to Edmonton and serving as the KDIV Federal Intelligence Commander in 2019, he served as Detachment Commander in both Whitecourt and Mayerthorpe. His supervisory and team leadership experience crosses several business lines including Federal Policing, General Investigation Section and General Duty. Ryan also served in the communities of Athabasca and Hinton during his tenure in General Duty.

RCMP Inspector Ryan Comaniuk (RCMP photo)

As of Jan. 4, 2021, Inspector Comaniuk will focus on crime reduction and community engagement through continued efforts to promote and develop the strong ties between the RCMP and the community at large. 

Superintendent Gord Stewart takes this opportunity to thank Inspector Pam Robinson who has demonstrated excellent leadership skills in her role as Detachment Commander in St. Albert since 2017.