Mental Health, Addictions in the Workplace and PTSD – In the Unlikely Event

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Learn about mental health issues: seeking psychological help, PTSD, and the stigma around mental illness. For CAMA Members & Non-Members

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Chief Brown joined the RCMP in 1980. Following training, he worked general duties in Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec and later in Grand Bank, Newfoundland and Labrador. He served the Force in a variety of roles, including general duty, drug enforcement, federal enforcement and as an instructor at Depot in Regina. He then went on to become a Commissioned Officer at National Headquarters in Ottawa, serving in various positions, including the Officer in Charge of the Executive/Diplomatic Protection Section, the Director of Protective Policing at the national level and as the Human Resource Officer for central Canada, including National Headquarters. In 2008, he became the Commanding Officer of the RCMP Academy (Depot Division) until his transfer to New Brunswick in 2013, where he became the 29th Commanding Officer of the RCMP in New Brunswick (J Division). On June 4th, 2016, after a distinguished 36 year career, then Assistant Commissioner Brown retired from the RCMP. On June 11, 2019, Roger Brown donned a different uniform and became the Police Chief of the Fredericton Police Force.

In 2018, Chief Brown was named as one of 150 Difference Makers in Mental Health in Canada by the Canadian Centre of Addiction and Mental Health.


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