Six Nations Police would like to thank everyone who came out to the 2018 retirement gathering held at Green’s of Renton. We had 3 officers retire Deputy Chief Rocki Smith, Detective Constable Charlie Miller & Detective Constable Ron Johnson.
Rocki Smith was hired May 23, 1988. He would spend his career as a Sergeant, In Charge of Criminal Investigation and later appointed to Deputy Chief in 2006, retiring May 2018 with 30 years of service.
Charlie Miller was hired January 1, 1990. During his career with the Service he worked on the road for 13 years, following the road he would move to the Community Service Section taking on the roll of Community Service Officer. As the Community Service Officer he would work within the community, attending numerous events and working in the local schools continuing the P.A.L.S. after-school program. Charlie would then be appointed to Detective Constable in Criminal Investigations Unit and would retire June 2018 with 28 years of service.
Ron Johnson was hired January 2, 1990. Ron would work on the road for 15 years, and would be appointed Detective Constable in 2005 working in Project Eagle and Project Shutdown. He would later move onto to the Criminal Investigations unit, and would retire in February 2018 with 28 years of service.
Six Nations Police would like to thank these officers for their years of service.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Six Nations Police Golf Tournament. And a big thank you to all who donated this year.
Six Nations Police would like to announce the newest members of the Service. Please welcome 2017 members Jake Mair, Michael Johnson and 2018 members Brayden Hill and Jared Miller.
Contact: Glenn M. Lickers
Chief of Police