MPCC-2009-033-Interference

This case involves a minor vehicle collision on a CF base involving the base chief’s spouse in which the latter is considered to have been at fault; and the alleged improper opening of a General Occurrence file related to dogs running loose on the base. The complainant was the original investigating MP in both files.

Specifically, the complainant alleged that:

The complainant also made a third, unrelated allegation which was deemed to be a conduct not an interference complaint and the Commission referred it to the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal (CFPM) to be dealt with in the first instance.

The Commission found that:

The Commission found the complainant’s two allegations unsubstantiated.

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