Update - Suspension Of Saskatoon Police Service Members (Release No. 317)

Following an investigation and, based on recommendations by Saskatchewan Justice in accordance with The Police Act, 1990, a Saskatoon Police Service Inspector will be facing charge of Care and Control of a Motor Vehicle while Impaired.
Inspector Allan Stickney has received a summons to appear in Provincial Court on the allegation December 18, 2007 at 9:00 a.m.
Inspector Stickney and an SPS Sergeant were suspended following an incident which occurred on July 28, 2007.
The off duty Inspector was arrested by two Constables for Care and Control of a Motor Vehicle While Impaired. The Sergeant was called to the scene and charges were not laid against the Inspector at that point.
The Saskatoon Police Service launched a criminal investigation into the incident and the results were sent to the Prosecutions Branch of Saskatchewan Justice for their recommendation as to whether any criminal charges should be laid.
It was recommended that no charges be laid in regard to the Sergeant involved. He has been reinstated and reassigned, however his role in the July incident will now be the subject of an internal administrative review in accordance with The Police Act, 1990.