Phone: (780) 678-3027
Marshall Chalmers was born and raised on a farm in Fairview, Alberta.
After completing his hockey career in the western hockey league, he shifted his focus to law enforcement and joined the Camrose Police Service at the age of 21 in 1976. He advanced through the ranks and was appointed Deputy Chief of Police in 1992. In 1999, Marshall was appointed as Chief of Police.
During this time, Marshall served as President of the Alberta Association of Chiefs of Police for 5 years and Director to the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police for 2 years. He retired from policing after serving the citizens of Camrose for 31 years.
Marshall Chalmers has been awarded the Canadian Exemplary Service Medal, the Alberta Law Enforcement Long Service Medal, the Alberta Centennial Medal and Canadian Exemplary Service Bar. In addition, he has been awarded the Order of Merit from the Right Honourable Michaelle Jean, former Governor General of Canada.
Upon retiring, Marshall became an associate with Pitsec & Associates and worked as a consultant on projects related to municipal services.
Mayor Chalmers has been appointed to the following Committees:
- Emergency Management Committee
- Camrose Inter-Municipal Committee
- Battle River Community Foundation
- Municipal Planning Advisory Committee
Marshall and his wife Debbie are proud of their four children, Curt, Clint, Kyle and Karissa.