A retired member of the Lethbridge Police Service who later labored with the Home Violence Motion Staff (DVAT) has been charged following an investigation into alleged sexual assaults.
RCMP affirm an investigation was launched in January after allegations surfaced concerning a variety of incidents that have been mentioned to happen between December 2017 and April 2018 whereas the accused was employed with DVAT. Particulars concerning the character of the alleged offences haven’t been launched, however RCMP affirm the sufferer was an grownup feminine and a home violence survivor.
On account of the investigation, 63-year-old William ‘Invoice’ James Kaye of Lethbridge was charged with:
Breach of belief;
Sexual assault; and,
Kaye surrendered to RCMP on Thursday and was subsequently launched on situations forward of his scheduled look in Lethbridge provincial court docket on March 28.
The investigation into allegations in opposition to Kaye continues and the Southern Alberta District RCMP is asking anybody who might have been the sufferer of the same incident to return ahead by contacting the Coaldale RCMP detachment at 403-345-5552 or nameless ideas could also be submitted to Crime Stoppers.
Kaye was an LPS member for 35 years previous to his retirement in 2014.
He additionally served because the director of the Chinook Sexual Assault Centre in Lethbridge earlier than resigning from the centre’s board after the allegations in opposition to him surfaced.