Police chief refuses to suspend officers under fraud investigation

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The allegations of possible obstruction of justice, fraud and evidence manipulation by three senior Ottawa police officers are so alarming that police chief Charles Bordeleau asked an outside police force to look into it.

Yet, despite requesting the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) investigation, the three officers – with ranks of inspector and above – are still doing their regular work with no restrictions placed on them.

Ottawa Police Association president Matt Skof says Bordeleau’s decision not to suspend or transfer the executive members under investigation has angered junior officers, who view it as preferential treatment.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.