Olds RCMP Officer Receives Corporal Cumming’s Watch Certificate

July 22, 2022

For his focused efforts in the detection and removal of impaired drivers and keeping Alberta roads safe, Constable Tim Dulmage of the Olds RCMP Detachment was presented with a Corporal Cumming’s Watch Certificate of Recognition. He was presented with the award by Mayor Judy Dahl on Thursday, July 21.
Cpl. Cumming's Watch is a collaborative effort between Alberta RCMP and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Canada to support efforts in the detection and removal of impaired drivers on Alberta roads. The program is named in honour of Cpl. Graeme Cumming, a member of the RCMP who was killed on duty by an impaired driver while attending a traffic incident.
Nominations for Cpl. Cumming’s Watch are open to all police agencies in Alberta.  Officers who have removed 15 to 24 impaired drivers from the roadway in a year receive a Certificate of Recognition and a Silver Challenge Coin.  Officers who have removed more than 25 impaired drivers in a year receive a Certificate of Recognition and a Gold Challenge Coin.
In 2021, Cst.Tim Dulmage was credited with removing 34 impaired drivers from the roadways in the Town of Olds, the Town of Bowden and Mountain View County area.

Read the official news release                         
For more information:
Justin Andrew, 
Director of Emergency Services
403-556-6981
jandrew@olds.ca