Calgary police Chief Roger Chaffin disputes social media claim of racial profiling
Calgary police Chief Roger Chaffin hit back on social media after an online post accused an officer of racial profiling during a recent traffic stop.
"Just as I stand up to express my disappointment in moments where public trust is compromised, I stand up to share my distress in finding that a member of the public has purposely misrepresented their interaction with one of our officers," reads Chaffin's post to the CPS Facebook page on Friday.
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