Winnipeg province says it’s investigating after a covid enforcement officer was assaulted while on the job in Winnipeg last week..
The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency (SPSA) says retired police officers will be brought in to help with enforcing public health orders in the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic..
According to SPSA president Marlo Pritchard, during the last wave, many community leaders reached out for help because of community members who were refusing to follow these orders and putting their fellow residents at an increased risk of exposure.
“We are contracting retired police officers based on their skills that they bring to the table, such as investigation, report writing, and this will reduce the need for any specialized training of bringing individuals on,” he said..
Doing a good job there henry .