Suspended police officers make Ontario’s Sunshine List

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At least 12 suspended police officers in Ontario earned more than $100,000 each in 2016 while awaiting criminal charges.

Ontario is the only province in Canada where suspended police officers must be paid until and unless they are sentenced to serve time.

All three members of the OPP Association union executive who were suspended in March 2015 over allegations of fraud and money laundering appear on the 2016 Sunshine List:

  • Det.-Sgt. James Christie: $121,795
  • Const. Karl Walsh: $106,474
  • Const. Martin Bain: $106,440

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.