RCMP Alberta – Sergeant Dale Kendall has been promoted to the rank of Inspector and will be the new Officer in Charge of Leduc Detachment. Chief Superintendent Shahin Mehdizadeh, of Central Alberta District, is pleased to make this announcement.
Dale has 21 years’ service and has previously worked in British Columbia. Her career started in the Lower Mainland of BC at the Langley detachment where she built a solid foundation of large, urban policing and garnered a solid understanding of community policing. She then transferred to several posts in Northern BC, such as Prince Rupert, Terrace and Prince George. There she garnered experience with rural and First Nations policing, as well as developed her investigational, confidential informant handling and supervisory skills. She was also in the Federal Drugs and Organized Crime Awareness unit prior to transferring to Alberta. She was a Watch Commander in Stony Plain, prior to acting as the Detachment Commander of Morinville.She has also been an advisory aide in the office of the Commanding Officer, Deputy Commissioner Todd Shean.
Most recently, Dale was the interim Commander of Leduc Detachment. Chief Superintendent Mehdizadeh would also like to use this opportunity to thank Inspectpr Kevin Kunetzki who has been the Detachment Commander since 2015.
Sergeant Kendall will focus on crime reduction, safe communities and continued efforts to promote and develop strong ties between the RCMP and the community at large.
You can reach Sergeant Kendall at the Leduc Detachment at (780) 980-7200.