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IIO complaint nothing but sour grapes

The news release issued by the Independent Investigations Office (IIO) on Wednesday is instructive and unique. Not in the fact they announced that the...

IIO’s actions a mystery – again

Police are often called to do things that are remarkable and courageous. Mostly it goes unnoticed and unrecognized. In the wee hours of the morning...

Shooting investigation should be cut & dried

On May 16th, 2016, the Independent Investigations Office released a media announcement saying they had cleared the Transit Police officer engaged in fatally shooting...

When will RCMP brass ever learn?

Tomorrow, Friday, May 13th, is Catherine Galliford’s last day as a member of the RCMP.  She will officially be pensioned off the staffing rolls....

The IIO is struggling to be relevant

I know the Independent Investigations Office is struggling to demonstrate any relevance in their existence. I also know that they have demonstrated a significant...

Despite charges stayed, more questions remain in Starlight Casino case

The announcement yesterday by the Criminal Justice Branch (CJB) in BC outlining that second degree murder charges against Delta Police Constable Jordan MacWilliams were...

Public, police deserve to know why charge laid against cop

Last week the Criminal Justice Branch (CJB) in Victoria released a statement saying that no charges would be approved in a case involving a...

Murder charge against cop makes no sense

In the wake of the madness in Ottawa, the words heroes and courage were being much bandied about. And as they should. We have...

Tax grab offends

The theological place of eternal punishment must surely be nearing a temperature below 0 degrees Celsius for I find myself in agreement with BC...

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