Nova Scotia’s police watchdog agency says a member of the town police in Bridgewater faces a charge of uttering threats following an incident last week.
The Serious Incident Response Team (SIRT) says it was informed Sept. 10 after Bridgewater police received a call from an “affected party” alleging they had been threatened by an officer earlier that day.
The watchdog agency says it began its investigation shortly after being notified by the police force.
It says 35-year-old Const. Asif Khan will appear in Bridgewater provincial court on Oct. 20.
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SIRT is responsible for investigating all serious incidents involving police in Nova Scotia.
It must file a public report summarizing the results of the investigation within three months of its conclusion.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 17, 2021.