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A Saanich police officer resigned amid allegations that he engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a sex worker, tried to extort money from her and conducted an inadequate investigation into the sexual assault, domestic abuse and robbery of the same woman, according to a report from the Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner. All misconduct investigations into municipal police officers are overseen by the commissioner. The report also cited misconduct by an Oak Bay police officer.
Linda Amy, executive director of the Victoria Sexual Assault Centre, said the case could shake public confidence in police. Saanich police initiated a Police Act investigation in after learning that one of its officers was involved in an inappropriate relationship with a sex worker. During the investigation, the department uncovered several more allegations of misconduct.
It emerged that the officer tried to extort money from the woman using coercion and threats of criminal sanctions. On March 20, , the police officer searched the PRIME Records Management System for information about individuals not related to the proper performance of his duties.
He accessed a privatized file on PRIME and then communicated with the sex worker in an effort to determine what she had disclosed to police. During the criminal investigation into the extortion allegations, the Police Act investigation was suspended. However, Crown counsel did not approve charges and the Police Act investigation resumed. The officer also lied in his written statements to Crown counsel and to the officer investigating the misconduct allegations.
The Police Act investigation substantiated the allegations and found the officer guilty of discreditable conduct, corrupt practice, deceit, neglect of duty and unauthorized use of police facilities or resources.