Commandants
Canadian Provost Corps Training Center - A-32
Colonel JH Miller. Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Miller
1943 - 1946
LCol Miller is believed to have been the second Commandant of the Canadian Provost Corps Training Center, A-32 which was located at Camp Borden, Ontario during WWII. (Source: Watchdog - A History Of The Canadian Provost Corps by the late Colonel Andrew (Andy) Ritchie, O StJ, CD.)
Maj Major Albert Edward Pitcher. Major Albert Edward Pitcher
- 1946 -
Upon being promoted to the rank of Captain on Apr 1 1943 he was assigned to the position of Chief Instructor (CI) at A-32. Promoted to Major in 1945, he continued in this position until just before his retirement in 1946 when he was appointed Commandant of the C Pro C Training Center.
(Source: Family records)
Commandants
Canadian Provost Corps School
Maj (LCol) BWE (Bill) Lee. Major (LCol) BWE (Bill) Lee, CD
1946 - 1951 and 1962 - 1965
LCol BWE (Bill) Lee, CD was the first Commandant of the C Pro C School, (following it's re-designation as the C Pro C School) then a Major's position. Just over 10 years later he was again appointed to the position of Commandant upon promotion to the rank of LCol, after the School had been re-located from Camp Shilo, Manitoba back to Camp Borden, Ontario.
LCol James J. (Jim) Platt. LCol JJ (Jack) PLATT, CD
1951 - 1956
LCol JJ (Jack) Platt, CD, a Captain in the Canadian Provost Corps during WWII, (promoted Major after the war) played a very important role in the creation of a post war "Provost" organization in his capacity as a Regional Provost Marshal. Upon promotion to LCol he was appointed to the position of Commandant of the C Pro C School in Camp Borden.
LCol AR (Andy) Ritchie.. LCol AR (Andy) Ritchie, O StJ, CD
1956 - 1960
LCol (later Colonel, PM Army) AR (Andy) RITCHIE, O StJ, CD (a WWII Provost veteran) was Commandant of the C Pro C School throughout it's stay in Camp Shilo. He was also responsible for it's move back to Camp Borden in 1960.
LCol WJ (Tony) Scotti. LCol Anthony J. (Tony) SCOTTI, MC, CD
1960 - 1962
LCol (later Colonel, PM Army) Anthony J. (Tony) Scotti, MC, CD, a Provost veteran of WWII, assumed command of the Canadian Provost Corps School at Camp Borden.
LCol RI (Bob) Luker. LCol RI (Bob) LUKER, CD
1965 - 1967
LCol RI (Bob) Luker, CD, also a Provost veteran of WWII, took command of the Canadian Provost Corps School at Camp Borden. He was the transitional Commandant when the C Pro C School was re designated the Canadian Forces School Of Intelligence And Security (CFSIS) in 1967.
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