From falsifying information to the abuse of police resources — including an airplane — CBC News has been digging through the discipline files of Manitoba RCMP members who faced hearings between 2010 and fall of 2012. video
From snooping on spouses to downloading porn, a number of RCMP members in Manitoba have been disciplined for abusing their time on duty and the resources available to them. video
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