Quesnel RCMP welcomes new officer

Reserve Constable Cam Percy will begin working part-time in the fall

The Quesnel RCMP are pleased to have recently-retired Staff Sargent Cam Percy join the detachment as a Reserve Constable.

On hand during Reserve Constable Percy’s official swearing-in, which took place June 20 at the Quesnel Detachment, were officials from the RCMP’s North District Headquarters in Prince George, as well as Quesnel Mayor Bob Simpson and Quesnel Detachment Commander Staff Sargent Andrew Burton.

Percy was previously posted to Quesnel in the 1990s before moving and working throughout the province.

His last post was Vernon, where he was in charge of the Serious Crimes Unit. Both Percy and his wife have chosen Quesnel for their retirement.

Burton is very pleased to welcome Percy and his wife back to Quesnel.

“Cam will be working part-time in Quesnel, starting in the fall, and he brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge in General Duty policing, Drug Enforcement and Serious Crimes investigations,” said Burton. “He will be a welcome addition to our team.”

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