Sexual assault charge laid against military police member in Halifax

The charge relates to an alleged sexual assault that took place in Glasgow, Scotland, in September 2015. (file photo)

CBSHalifax, Nova Scotia – On September 12, 2016, the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service laid a charge under the National Defence Act against Sergeant Kevin MacIntyre of the Military Police Unit at Canadian Forces Base Halifax.

The charge relates to an alleged sexual assault that took place in Glasgow, Scotland, in September 2015. (file photo)
The charge relates to an alleged sexual assault that took place in Glasgow, Scotland, in September 2015. (file photo)
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The charge relates to an alleged sexual assault that took place in Glasgow, Scotland, in September 2015, while the accused was participating in an international exercise.

The alleged victim is also a member of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Sergeant Kevin MacIntyre faces one count of Sexual Assault under section 271 of the Criminal Code of Canada, punishable under section 130 of the National Defence Act.

“As members of the Canadian Armed Forces and the policing community, we hold Military Police to a very high standard of professional and personal conduct, in Canada or abroad, on or off military duty. This charge reflects the ongoing commitment of the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service to fully investigate all sexual assault cases, no matter the accused, to support victims and defend against sexual misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces.” – Lieutenant-Colonel Francis Bolduc, Commanding Officer, Canadian Forces National Investigation Service

National Defence/Canadian Armed Forces


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