Officers not responsible for man’s death in Surrey: B.C. police watchdog – BC
B.C.’s civilian police watchdog has cleared officers of any wrongdoing within the demise of a person in Surrey this summer time.
Surrey RCMP was referred to as to the world of 134A Avenue and 69 Avenue round 12:30 a.m. on June 28 to reviews of a person “behaving erratically,” in response to the Impartial Investigations Workplace.
When police arrived they discovered the person in somebody’s yard, the place he was taken into custody.
In response to the IIO, the person then went into medical misery.
Police and firefighters attended to the person till paramedics, who weren’t capable of instantly attend, arrived.
“The person’s situation additional deteriorated whereas in transit, and he was pronounced lifeless when he arrived on the hospital,” the IIO stated in a media launch, Wednesday.
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“Medical proof confirms that the person sustained no important accidents when arrested by police, and none that contributed to his demise.”
The Impartial Investigations Workplace investigates all officer-related incidents that lead to severe hurt or demise, no matter whether or not there’s any allegation of wrongdoing.
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