Ontario: an inspector accused of sexual assault on a police

News 17 March, 2018
  • QMI agency

    Saturday, 17 march 2018 14:30

    Saturday, 17 march 2018 14:30

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    A high-ranking officer of the Peel regional police, in the area of Mississauga and Brampton, Ontario, has been formally accused of sexual assault of a colleague by the police.

    This is what was reported in the Toronto Star, stating that the inspector Daniel Johnstone was charged Friday after an investigation conducted by the special investigations Unit (SIU).

    It is an anonymous source, the fact of the record that indicated that the victim alleged is a woman, the police are refusing to share any details.

    Johnstone had been right in September to a promotion, rising from the rank of detective sergeant to inspector.

    A spokesman for the Peel regional police did not want to specify the “Star” what was the current employment status of Johnstone, now that he faces criminal charges.

    The daily toronto recalls that Johnstone has been involved in the past in an investigation of controversial, which has led to the incarceration of a man from Brampton, wrongly accused of murder. A judge of the superior Court had castigated the police tactics in the case, claiming that the police officers had conducted interviews “abusive” and “threatening”.