RCMP officer in NL to receive Order of Merit

The Governor General of Canada, David Johnson, has recognized Chief Superintendent Richard Noble with the Order of Merit. The order was created in 2000 and acknowledges “conspicuous merit and exceptional service” by an employee of a Canadian police force “whose contributions extend beyond protection of the community.” Noble is originally from New Brunswick, but began his tenure in Newfoundland and Labrador in 1977. He is now a criminal operations officer for this province.

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