complaint files: During an off-duty gathering, a new police officer pushed a female classmate against a wall and grabbed her buttocks while trying to engage her in a kiss, said the report posted last week to the complaint commissioner's website, according to Vancouver Courier. At another off-duty gathering, the police officer rubbed his hand between the legs of a classmate over her clothing while she was asleep. The allegations are outlined in an Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner report that tracks complaint files involving municipal police officers opened between April 1 and June 30 of this year.article continues below Trending StoriesB.C. paying foster parents instead of supporting struggling families, experts say Vision Vancouver will not run a mayoral candidate for first time in party's history Vancouver's famous clock master is in hospital and needs your help Deteriorating level of public safety' in Oppenheimer Park VIDEO The case dates back to January 2018, and the incidents occurred at private residences during off-duty gatherings, according to deputy police complaint commissioner Andrea Spindler. The police officer also inappropriately touched two other classmates at a gathering. In addition, New Westminster's police chief was appointed as the discipline authority, as outlined in the Police Act. The commissioner determined it was in the public interest to have an external agency in this case, the New Westminster Police Service investigate the allegations under the Police Act. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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