Commanding Officer, Depot Division

Chief Superintendent Mike Lokken

Chief Superintendent Mike Lokken

C/Supt. Mike Lokken joined the RCMP in 1997 from Codette, Saskatchewan.

Throughout the years he has been posted in Manitoba, Nunavut, Alberta and now Saskatchewan, working in detachments ranging in size from two to 92 employees.  While in Manitoba, Nunavut and Alberta, he was stationed in a number of Indigenous communities where he worked to build relationships and collaboratively contributed to maintaining safe and healthy communities.

C/Supt. Lokken holds a Diploma in Criminal Justice Law Enforcement from Lethbridge College and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Great Falls, Montana.

From 2006 to 2008, C/Supt. Lokken worked in Professional Standards in Edmonton, Alberta, then with the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team from 2008 to 2011.Starting in 2011, he was the non-commissioned officer in charge of the Integrated Northern Alberta Internet Child Exploitation Unit (ICE). In 2018, C/Supt. Lokken was commissioned to the rank of Inspector, serving as the Detachment Commander in Parkland Detachment, Alberta (formerly Spruce Grove/Stony Plain/Enoch Detachment).

In 2022, he was promoted to the rank of Superintendent, transferring to Depot Division as the Training Officer. C/Supt. Lokken is looking forward to advancing modernization goals and continuing to oversee the delivery of outstanding training services at the RCMP Training Academy. 

As Commanding Officer of Depot Division, I humbly accept this most important role at such a pivotal time in our history. Depot is the oldest division in the RCMP and the foundation of learning, the foundation of culture, and the foundation of the future of the RCMP. The modernization actions we are taking now and will continue to take will contribute to building an even more effective, healthy and inclusive RCMP into the future.

Chief Superintendent Mike Lokken
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