OPP North East Region is announcing that Inspector Megan Moriarity is the new Commander of the Nipissing West OPP Detachment effective immediately.
Moriarity started her career in 1993.
Her first posting was Prescott Detachment along the St. Lawrence River. Other postings included Renfrew, Lanark County, Bancroft and the East Region Traffic Unit where she served as a front-line officer, motorcycle patrol officer and drug recognition expert.
In 2010, Moriarity was promoted to the rank of Sergeant at the Bancroft Detachment. In 2015, she was promoted to Staff Sergeant and served as the Detachment Commander for the Superior East Detachment which includes Wawa, White River, Chapleau and Hornepayne. In 2018 and 2019, Inspector Moriarity had the opportunity to serve as acting Detachment Commander in both James Bay Detachments and the Manitoulin Detachment before being promoted to Inspector for the Manitoulin OPP Detachment on April 15, 2019.
"I am very proud to have been chosen to lead the dedicated officers of the Nipissing West Detachment who continue to provide effective front-line emergency response services and investigative excellence to the communities we serve. Together, our team of highly skilled and professional officers will continue to work towards keeping our communities safe in partnership with our community leaders and engaged with external agencies."