Penticton RCMP OIC bids adieu to community a second time in his career

Penticton RCMP Inspector Brad Haugli is bidding adieu to the community of Penticton for a second time in his career.

  • Feb. 7, 2013 4:00 p.m.

 

Penticton RCMP Inspector Brad Haugli is bidding adieu to the community of Penticton for a second time in his career.  Insp Brad Haugli came to Penticton as a fresh faced recruit back in 1990 and returned as Detachment Commander in 2009.

The community of Penticton will soon see a new face at the helm of the Penticton South Okanagan Similkameen Regional Detachment, now that Insp Brad Haugli has been promoted to the rank of Superintendent and is off to a position with the Lower Mainland District.   Inspector Haugli started his RCMP career in Penticton as a recruit straight from the RCMP Depot Division training academy in 1990.

Brad Haugli joined the RCCP in Alberta in 1990 with Penticton being his first posting until 1999. While in Penticton he was fortunate to work in many different roles.  He was then transferred to Vanderhoof, B.C. then to a small First Nations Community before moving to Surrey in 2003.  In 2007, he was commissioned to the rank of inspector in Surrey.

 

It was in July 2009 that Haugli was awarded the opportunity to return to the Penticton area as the Regional Officer in Charge of Penticton South Okanagan Similkameen Detachment.

 

“It has been a distinct pleasure to serve as your chief of police for over 3 years.  I am very honored to have worked with so many dedicated and hard working police officers, support staff and volunteers who continue to make this community safe.  This is a wonderful community with many caring people that has created so many lasting memories for my family and I.  To me this isn’t saying good bye but rather we’ll see you later, as Penticton is my retirement target area” Stated Insp Haugli.

 

Cpl Dan Moskaluk