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Key legal document leaked online

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 07 Dec, 2023 10:57 AM
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The Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General says it is launching an investigation into how a sensitive law enforcement document was leaked on social media.

A statement from the ministry says Abbotsford police and the province’s anti-gang agency have become aware of a sensitive law enforcement intelligence document being put on a social media site last month. 

The provincial director of police services has appointed the R-C-M-P Major Crime Unit to investigate.

The ministry says it won’t make further comment since the case is under investigation

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