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Oak Bay police const. drops his complaint

A human rights complaint against the Oak Bay Police Department has been resolved.

In a news release issued Monday by the Oak Bay Police Department, Mayor Nils Jensen announced that the human rights complaint filed by Const. Davindar Dalep in September of 2010 has "been resolved to the satisfaction of all parties."

Dalep who spent time as the department’s school liaison officer and is the only officer in the 25-member department who is a visible minority, withdrew his complaint.

In December, allegations of sexual discrimination levied against Deputy Chief Kent Thom and Sgt. Ray Maxwell by Const. Jennifer Gibbs was resolved through mediation.

 

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