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Canada RCMP commissioner to review watchdog report on Colten Boushie case on weekend of Dec. 4

02:41  26 november  2020
02:41  26 november  2020 Source:   cbc.ca

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The RCMP is now reviewing the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission's report on how the force investigated the August 2016 shooting death of Colten It now falls on RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki to respond to the CRCC's interim report and indicate which recommendations, if any

RCMP watchdog 's review into Colten Boushie case delayed. In an update last week , a spokesperson for the CRCC said, "The RCMP has provided the CRCC with the The CRCC's report , including recommendations, will be reviewed by the RCMP . This review will be followed by a written response from the RCMP commissioner , confirming which recommendations the RCMP will act on.

a man wearing glasses: RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki says she'll be signing off to the Mounties' response to a review of its conduct of the Colten Boushie case next weekend. © Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki says she'll be signing off to the Mounties' response to a review of its conduct of the Colten Boushie case next weekend.

The RCMP's response to a watchdog report about the Colten Boushie case will be on commissioner Brenda Lucki's desk on Friday, Dec. 4, Lucki says.

Lucki will read it over that weekend before signing off on it, she said.

"I am committed to get the report on Dec. 4, work through the weekend on it and make sure that I'm prepared to release it this year, shortly after that," Lucki told a member of parliament Wednesday, when asked about the status of the report put together by the federal Civilian Review and Complaints Commission (CRCC).

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RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki says she agrees with most of the recommendations the force's watchdog has made regarding how Mounties police And she is planning on returning her notes to the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP (CRCC) this week — one of the final

A police watchdog is reviewing the investigation into the shooting death of an Indigenous man on a Saskatchewan farm. The commission is to write an initial report that will be sent to the RCMP for comment. That will be followed by a final report with findings and recommendations that could lead to

Boushie, a 22-year-old member of the Red Pheasant Cree Nation in Saskatchewan, was shot and killed in Gerald Stanley's farmyard in August 2016. Stanley was charged with murder and manslaughter, but was acquitted of both by a jury.

The CRCC probed the conduct of RCMP officers who investigated the death. Among the issues was the RCMP informing Boushie's mother of his death during a tactical search of her home.

The CRCC report and the RCMP's response were due to be made public in the summer, but the Globe and Mail reported that nothing had been released.

Three weeks ago, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he was frustrated by the delays and asked Public Safety Minister Bill Blair to look into the status of the review.

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