Bullying expert advocates for bystander training in Calgary Police Service
An Alberta bullying expert says she hopes Calgary Police Services new policies in terms of workplace bullying and harassment will have mechanisms in place to deal with bystanders.
Over the last year, the Calgary Police Service has been under the spotlight after allegations of bullying and harassment within the ranks surfaces.
Members who spoke with Metro said there were often fellow officers—and leaders—within the force who witnessed their bullying and did nothing.
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