Wildlife conservation officers will be subject to the police ethics system beginning January 1, 2009



    QUEBEC, Jan. 5 /CNW Telbec/ - The Police Ethics Commissioner mentions
that, following an amendment to the Police Act (Québec Statutes, chapter 10,
sections 14 and 25), wildlife conservation officers will be subject to the
police ethics system beginning January 1, 2009.
    The Police Ethics Commissioner, a free-standing, independent institution,
is already responsible for the oversight of Québec police officers, special
constables and highway controllers of the Société de l'assurance automobile du
Québec. To this end, the Commissioner receives and examines complaints from
the public and, if necessary, enforces the Code of ethics of Québec Police
Officers through the process of conciliation between the parties or citations
before the Police Ethics Committee (Comité de déontologie policière).

    
      For additional information or to exercise your rights online, the
                     following website can be consulted:
                     www.deontologie-policiere.gouv.qc.ca

    

SOURCE: ME LOUISE LETARTE COMMIUNICATIONS OFFICER TELEPHONE: (418) 643-7897 -%SU: LAW -%RE: 1

For further information:

For further information: Me Louise Letarte, Commiunications officer,
(418) 643-7897

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