Chief Josh Ouellette CD (retired) is a military police veteran who also served as a municipal police officer in Canada for over forty years. Josh started his law enforcement career at nineteen in the Canadian Forces Military Police. After leaving the military, he went on to serve in several provincial and municipal police forces in New Brunswick before retiring from his law enforcement career, in 2015, as the chief of the BNPP Regional Police Force in northern New Brunswick.
Josh’s first book, The Catching of a Killer, is based on his experience as an undercover police officer. He was brought from his home province of New Brunswick to Windsor Ontario to infiltrate a group of criminals known as the West End gang. His task was to identify the person (s) responsible for the shooting death of one Ronald Lougheed, a member of the same group. Windsor police investigators requested a French speaking police officer who spoke and understood the dialect of the Acadian culture of New Brunswick.
Married for over forty years, Josh and his wife have three adult children and four beautiful grandchildren. They reside in a small fishing village on the northeastern coast of New Brunswick. Josh plans to make The Catching of a Killer the first of many books detailing the over 100 undercover cases with which he was involved throughout New Brunswick, Ontario, and Maine.
The Catching of a Killer, Friesen Press