Feb 052015
 February 5, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Non-U.S.

Marshall Jones reports:

Kelowna RCMP “routinely” violate the right to privacy of female prisoners during strip searches at the detachment and show “ignorance of the law” on the subject, according to a ruling from a provincial court judge.

Judge Ellen Burdett said local Mounties’ practice of recording and broadcasting female strip searches to a guard room is in clear violation of 14-year-old laws establishing proper procedure.

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