Warren Dosko has 24 years of service with the RCMP will be the City’s new superintendent.
Supt. Brian Simpson, who has been in Red Deer for about five years, is heading to Ottawa for a new position later this month.
After advertizing the position across the RCMP and holding a panel with candidates on Sept. 7, Dosko was announced as the City’s new superintendant.
Dosko’s career has taken him from his hometown of Craik, Saskatchewan to northern B.C., the Northwest Territories and most recently St. Albert.
Following recruit training in Regina, Dosko was posted to Smithers, B.C. for the first five years his career. He was then posted to Fort Liard, Northwest Territories for four years. Upon completion of his tour of duty in “G” Division, he returned to policing in B.C. and over the next 11 years served in the communities of Sicamous, Vanderhoof, Tsay Keh, Prince George, Princeton, 100 Mile House and Terrace.
Starting with general duty service, his experience includes assignments as an investigator/supervisor in a General Investigation Section (GIS), a detachment commander at the ranks of corporal, sergeant, and staff sergeant, and as an Advisory NCO at North District in “E” Division.
On May 10, 2007, Warren Dosko was appointed to the rank of inspector and was given the responsibility of overseeing RCMP operations at the St. Albert Detachment.