Gatineau police adopt Philadelphia Model to review unfounded sexual assaults
March 20, 2019
Gatineau police are adopting the Philadelphia Model to take a second look at sexual assault complaints that were found to be either unresolved or unfounded in 2018.
At a news conference, the CBC reported police announced they’ll review the files with assistance from local agencies that support victims of sexual assault.
“The victims will benefit from this partnership,” said acting police Chief Luc Beaudoin in French. “They deserve that we question ourselves, with help from some of the best specialists in the area, on the ways we can improve how we do things.”
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