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Canada Female B.C. RCMP officer docked 20 days’ pay for sexual misconduct

22:54  08 july  2020
22:54  08 july  2020 Source:   globalnews.ca

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a close up of a box: The RCMP’s conduct board said following a contested hearing, it concluded that the two sexual allegations were established on a balance of probabilities. © File/ Global News The RCMP’s conduct board said following a contested hearing, it concluded that the two sexual allegations were established on a balance of probabilities.

A female RCMP officer in Vernon, B.C., was ordered to forfeit 20 days' pay and 10 days' annual leave after she made sexual comments towards a male officer and touched his genitals.

In a 21-page disciplinary report, Const. Valerie Little was found to have committed sexual misconduct against an unnamed male officer in two incidents 10 years ago.

The disciplinary hearing ultimately found that Little made an inappropriate sexual comment towards the male officer on Nov. 1, 2009 and inappropriately touched his genitals on Feb. 3, 2010.

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Little was also ordered to forfeit promotion ineligibility for two years in the report issued in January, and to work under close supervision for one year and not be posted to the same detachment as the male constable.

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