FSIN calls on Prince Albert police to be accountable and alter after little one loss of life
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Peoples is looking for additional motion following the discharge of the Public Complaints Fee report concerning the February 20 loss of life of Tanner Brass. 10, 2022.
Chief Bobby Cameron stated the report confirmed what the FSIN already knew and known as for a coroner’s inquest, intervention by the Division of Corrections and an general nearer investigation into the matter.
Kayla Frenchman’s authorized adviser Eleanor Sunchild known as the scenario a travesty, noting that the Prince Albert Police Service was supposed to guard French and her son, however failed.
She known as on the police to carry them accountable.
Prince Albert police ‘uncared for’ over boy’s loss of life
“There must be a full investigation into the Prince Albert Police Service,” Sunchild stated.
She claimed that the officers current weren’t correctly educated and that this was a standard downside for the Prince Albert Police.
“It was a preventable tragedy.”
Sunchild stated the police chief had resigned, however so ought to the officers concerned within the incident.
Cameron stated it isn’t over but, noting that the FSIN stated so final yr and that it would not want a report to inform the FSIN what it already is aware of.
He stated that the justice system had once more failed the indigenous representatives.
Cameron stated the bigger investigation wanted to contain indigenous specialists.
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