B.C.’s top court rules officers can’t set conditions on interviews with police watchdog

B.C.’s top court has ruled that police officers who witness a potential offence by other officers do not have the right to set the terms of their interview by the province’s civilian watchdog.

The three-judge panel upheld a lower court ruling that such officers must provide testimony on terms set by the Independent Investigation Office (IIO).


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