Calgary, Alberta – A Calgary Police Service constable has been charged following an investigation.
It is alleged that between April 2018 and November 2018, the accused excessively contacted the victim, with threats to ruin the victim’s reputation both personally and professionally. The victim reported the incidents to police and the matter was investigated.
To protect the identity of the victim, further details of the allegations will not be made available.
The investigative report was sent to the Edmonton Crown Prosecutor for review and it was determined that charges were warranted in this case.
Constable Jacqueline MacNeil has been charged with unwanted communication and criminal harassment. Const. MacNeil is a 14-year member of the CPS and is currently on an unrelated leave.
As this matter is now before the courts, no further information is available.
Calgary Police Service
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