Former Blackville Police Department Chief Paul Fiander Retires After Four Decades of Service

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After more than forty years of dedicated service in law enforcement, Miramichi Police Force Chief Paul Fiander has retired. Chief Fiander’s journey began in 1980 when he started as a police officer in the Village of Blackville, where he quickly distinguished himself with his exceptional leadership skills.

By 1987, his dedication and capabilities had earned him the position of Chief of the Blackville Police Department. During his tenure, he became a pillar of the community, known for his unwavering commitment to public safety and his approachable demeanor. His leadership fostered a strong bond between the police force and the residents, contributing to a safe and cohesive community.

In 1995, Chief Fiander took his expertise to the Miramichi Police Force, where his dedication and professionalism continued to shine. Over the years, he rose through the ranks, becoming Chief in 2012.

Chief Fiander has been an inspiring leader and a respected mentor. His contributions have profoundly impacted the departments he served and the communities he protected. As he steps into retirement, his legacy of dedication, professionalism, and community spirit will continue to resonate with those who had the privilege of working with him and the many lives he touched throughout his remarkable career.

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