Col Tim Grubb enrolled in the Canadian Forces in 1981 as a Reserve Military Police Officer, transferring to the Regular Force in 1984. Over his career, he has received numerous rewarding and challenging postings, most notably as the Canadian MP Exchange officer with the Royal Military Police, a security instructor at the MP Academy, the Garrison MP Officer in Gagetown NB, Deputy Provost Marshal for the Canadian Army and in 2005, as the Deputy Provost Marshal Professional Standards and Deputy Commander Canadian Forces Military Police Group.
Tim has been an active member of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police where he served both the Counter-Terrorism and National Security Committees. He also represented the military police within the National Executive Committee for Criminal Intelligence Service Canada. In 2011, he became Chair of the NATO MP Panel, where he represented the 26 NATO countries with MP forces.
Col Grubb became the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal and Commander of the CF MP Gp in June 2009. In August 2013, he completed his duties and assumed the position of Departmental Security Officer for the Department of National Defence. Tim has joined NRC in April 2015 as Departmental Security Officer.
Tim holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Victoria and is a graduate of the Canadian Forces Command and Staff College.
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