PEI Crime Stoppers has a new Provincial Coordinator.
Retired RCMP officer Scott Lundrigan started his new duties this week, as he takes over for the retiring Phil Pitts.
Lundrigan has 35 years of policing experience. After stints with the RCMP in BC, and the Halifax Police, he started working with the RCMP in PEI in 1989. He served in Charlottetown Detachment and Highway Patrol, Summerside Detachment and Alberton Detachment over the next 27 years. His duties included Uniformed Patrol, plain clothes and drug work, Emergency Response Team Member for 12 years, and supervision of General Duty Members. Lundrigan retired from the RCMP in 2016.