A Coquitlam, B.C., RCMP officer is under research because of the force for feasible misconduct after violent and pornographic pictures for the officer had been published on a networking that is social for intimate fetishists.
The pictures of Cpl. Jim Brown showed up from the website Fetlife, which claims to own about one million members.
Brown went by the name Kilted Knight on the internet site and listed himself on Fetlife as “dominant,” explaining the sort of role he played in the wide world of bondage, control and sado-masochism.
After CBC Information asked the RCMP if Brown ended up being under research, Supt. Ray Bernoties responded on June 27 that Brown’s participation using the internet site, “was considered become adult activity that is consensual that the implicated officer wasn’t representing himself as a part regarding the RCMP, hence it didn’t meet with the limit for a rule of conduct research.”
The officerвЂ™s profile was deleted through the Fetlife internet site after the CBC Information question.
On Thursday, the RCMP confirmed that Brown will face both an inside as well as an investigation that is independent.
” As this example developed and information that is additional to my attention, a rule of conduct ended up being bought and therefore research has been led because of the Richmond RCMP,” Assistant Commissioner Randy Beck, acting commanding officer regarding the B.C. RCMP stated in a declaration.
“commensurate with the RCMP’s dedication to hold our people to an increased standard,” stated Beck, “I have always been using the uncommon action of asking a police that is external to separately review our interior rule of conduct research.”
Beck failed to state which force that is external be expected to analyze.
“I am personally embarrassed and very disappointed that the RCMP would be, in any way, linked to photos of that nature,” said Beck while we must strike a balance between an individualвЂ™s rights and freedoms when off-duty and the RCMP code of conduct. 继续阅读