Edmonton police officer charged with fraud and theft

Edmonton, Alberta – An Edmonton Police Service (EPS) member was charged on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, in relation to seven incidents that occurred between January 4 and May 22, 2020.

Const. Celia Frattin, a 16-year member with the EPS, was charged with four counts of theft under $5,000 pursuant to Sec. 334(b) of the Criminal Code and three counts of fraud pursuant to Sec. 380(1) of the Criminal Code.

It is alleged that while off duty, the constable stole various items from two different grocery/retail stores on seven different occasions. In some of the instances, it is alleged that items were fraudulently scanned in self checkouts.

Edmonton Police Service SUV
Edmonton Police Service SUV

The constable has been relieved from duty with pay.

The charges follow an in-depth investigation by the EPS Professional Standards Branch.

As the matter is currently before the courts, the EPS is not able to provide further comment or information about the incidents or investigation.

MRU #: PSB-R20-01

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