The commanding officer of the Manitoba RCMP is stepping down after two and a half years next week.
Assistant Commissioner Scott Kolody will be retiring from the RCMP on Monday, January 28, 2019. Kolody has been with the RCMP since 1985 serving in Alberta, Ottawa and Manitoba.
Prior to serving as Commander Kolody worked in various positions in the province. From 2012 – 2016 he was in charge of criminal operations. He also worked as East District Commander, Officer in Charge of Community, Contract and Aboriginal Policing, and Officer in Charge of the Integrated Proceeds of Crime Section.
“Leading the Manitoba RCMP and serving Manitobans
The RCMP have not announced who will be replacing Kolody after his retirement.