IIO Update August 7, 2015

Posted August 7, 2015

INFORMATION BULLETIN
Independent Investigations Office
For Immediate Release

 

New Investigations: Jurisdiction Sustained

These are no new cases where the Chief Civilian Director has sustained jurisdiction and a full investigation is underway (since last update July 22).

 

Preliminary Investigations: Pending Jurisdiction Decisions

Below are cases where B.C. police agencies have notified the IIO of critical incidents – cases of potential serious harm or death where the affected person was or may have been in contact with officers. The Chief Civilian Director will sustain jurisdiction if serious harm/death AND a nexus or relationship between the injury and an officer’s action are confirmed. If the preliminary investigation does not establish serious harm and nexus, the Chief Civilian Director will release all jurisdiction. Those cases marked SUPI are still under preliminary investigation.

IIO 15-000075 Kelowna RCMP (Serious Harm) Jurisdiction Released

IIO 15-000083 Surrey RCMP (Serious Harm) SUPI

IIO 15-000085 Chetwynd RCMP (Serious Harm) SUPI

IIO 15-000088 Prince George RCMP (Serious Harm) SUPI

IIO 15-000090 GVTAPS (Death) SUPI

IIO 15-000097 Burnaby RCMP (Serious Harm) SUPI

IIO 15-000102 Prince George RCMP (Serious Harm) SUPI

IIO 15-000103 Masset RCMP (Serious Harm) SUPI

IIO 15-000105 Duncan RCMP (Death) SUPI

IIO 15-000108 Victoria City (Death) SUPI

IIO 15-000109 Salt Spring RCMP (Death) SUPI

IIO 15-000111 Vancouver (Serious Harm) New

  • On July 25, two individuals were injured while being taken into custody. A preliminary investigation is underway to determine if the injuries meet the definition of serious harm.

 

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