Introducing new Annapolis District Commander, Staff Sergeant Ed Hubbard
September 10, 2018
Bridgetown, Nova Scotia
Annapolis District RCMP is pleased to announce Staff Sergeant Ed Hubbard as the new District Commander for Annapolis District RCMP, which covers the Annapolis County and includes the policing detachments of Bridgetown and Middleton.
S/Sgt. Hubbard was born in England and moved to Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, in 1969. He joined the RCMP in 1987 and has held a number of diverse roles within the Force beginning in Mississauga, Ontario, as a General Duty constable. Since then, he has worked both domestically and abroad throughout his 31-year career. In Canada, S/Sgt. Hubbard worked as a Detachment Supervisor, Drug Investigator and led the Nova Scotia RCMP Internet Child Exploitation Unit. Internationally, he participated in two United Nations missions; investigating war crimes in Kosovo, and managing three international teams who provided advice to the Afghanistan National Police. For the past four years, S/Sgt. Hubbard was posted in Berlin, Germany, as the RCMP Liaison Officer, where he served as the link between law enforcement agencies in Canada and six European countries.
As District Commander, S/Sgt. Hubbard is glad to return to his roots in community policing.
"I look forward to working with all of our partners, including service providers, town councils, and Police Advisory Boards to identify challenges and ways we can continue to keep our communities safe." He adds, "My wife Lisa and I feel very fortunate to be back in our home province of Nova Scotia and I'm privileged to be working with such a dedicated and motivated staff in beautiful Annapolis County."
Cpl. Jennifer Clarke
Media Relations Officer
Nova Scotia RCMP