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Kevin Junior

Kevin Junior

Kevin Junor joined the Canadian Forces Reserves in 1980 as an infantry soldier in the Toronto Scottish Regiment. He climbed to the rank of regimental sergeant major and was appointed as a diversity advisor for the Canadian Forces Senior Leadership Team in 2003.

Kevin Junor joined the Canadian Forces Reserves in 1980 as an infantry soldier in the Toronto Scottish Regiment. He climbed to the rank of regimental sergeant major and was appointed as a diversity advisor for the Canadian Forces Senior Leadership Team in 2003.
He was later deployed as a senior military advisor to the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces in 2007, where he developed the first leadership course for regimental sergeant majors in Sierra Leone. He worked for the Ontario Public Service (OPS) Diversity Office as a program advisor with the Ministry of Government Services and started in corrections in 2011. He has worked at the Toronto South Detention Centre, to assist with the opening for Phase 1, the Toronto Intermittent Centre, and was the deputy of operations at Maplehurst Correctional Complex in Milton. He was also the manager for Emergency Response Training at the Corrections College. Today, he is the deputy superintendent of administration at the Ontario Correctional Institute (OCI) in Brampton.
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