April 22, 2014 8:47 pm

RCMP receiving tips on former Mountie facing sexual assault charges

Saskatchewan RCMP continue to urge possible victims of former officer Alan Davidson, accused of sexual assault, to come forward.

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SASKATOON – Saskatchewan RCMP say they’ve been receiving tips via a national toll-free line regarding a former Mountie accused of sexual assault.

Officials have confirmed that calls regarding Alan John Davidson, 58, have been received but cannot disclose how many or where in Saskatchewan the calls have come from.

READ MORE: Former RCMP officer, minor hockey coach, charged with sexual assault of minors

The former RCMP officer was arrested last month in Calgary, Alta.

Davidson is facing eight counts of assault from when he coached baseball and hockey in B.C.

He also worked in several Saskatchewan communities as an RCMP member and coached in each location.

The following is a detailed timeline of where Davidson has worked and lived over the past three decades:

  • 1970′s to 1981 – Clearwater, B.C.
  • August 1981 – February 1982 – Regina
  • February 1982 – December 1983 – Coronach, Sask.
  • December 1983 – April 1986 – Lloydminster, Alta.
  • April 1986 – August 1993 – Yorkton, Sask.
  • August 1993 – 1996 – North Battleford, Sask.
  • August 1996 – present – Alta.

Anyone with information that could assist RCMP in their investigation is urged to call 1-877-687-3377.

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