London Ontario police to launch review into handling of sex-assault cases
Ontario’s London Police Service will conduct a sweeping review of how its officers handle sexual-assault allegations, an audit that will include probing hundreds of cases dating back to 2010 that were dismissed as unfounded – a police term that means the detective believes the complaint is baseless.
February 6, 2017 By Robin Dolittle
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