A Calgary police constable has been charged with sexually assaulting an employee at a city bar or restaurant.
The decision to charge the officer came after an investigation by the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) into an incident nearly two months ago.
“The investigation revealed that on October 9, the officer was at a licensed establishment in Calgary, and while there, he groped a staff member in a sexual manner without her consent,” Alberta’s police watchdog agency said in a news release. said. .
“Following a review of the investigation and being advised that the Alberta Crown Prosecution Service was of the opinion that the evidence did meet their standard for prosecution, ASIRT Executive Director Michael Ewenson determined that the officer involved should be charged become.”
Const. was accused of sexual assault. Gurluv Singh, who was released on an appearance notice.