RCMP Const. Ron Lavallee was convicted last May of assault causing bodily harm over a confrontation in December 2011.
Lavallee, who is assigned to the Maskwacis (MUSK'-wuh-cheez) detachment, is a seven-year veteran with the Mounties.
Lavallee, who is currently assigned to administrative duties, was also sentenced to two years probation and a 10-year firearms ban.
Sgt. Jose Valiquette, an RCMP spokeswoman, says a criminal conviction does not automatically mean that a Mountie is discharged or suspended from the force.
She says RCMP are reviewing Lavallee's sentence and conducting an internal disciplinary review of his conduct.
"If there is a sentence which is custodial in nature as in this case the RCMP Act allows the RCMP to have the option to seek the discharge of a member," she said Friday.
"There is an ongoing formal discipline process underway." (CKGY, The Canadian Press)