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Report to the Attorney General - Public inquiry into the deaths of Cst. Anthony Gordon, Cst. Lionide Johnston, Cst. Brock Myrol, Cst. Peter Schiemann and Mr. James Roszko

Description

Represents the findings of a public fatality inquiry into the deaths of Cst. Anthony Fitzgerald Orion Gordon, Cst. Lionide Nicholas Johnston, Cst. Brock Warren Myrol, Cst. Peter Christopher Schiemann and Mr. James Michael Roszko, including determination of the date, time, place and circumstances of the deaths. Also includes recommendations on how to prevent similar incidents which led to the death under investigation. See the usage considerations section of this record for more information about public fatality inquiries.

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Title and publication information

Type
Report
Alternative Title

Report to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General. Public fatality inquiry: Cst. Anthony Fitzgerald Orion Gordon, Cst. Lionide Nicholas Johnston, Cst. Brock Warren Myrol, Cst. Peter Christopher Schiemann and Mr. James Michael Roszko

Extent

27 pages

Frequency

Once

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Justice and Attorney General (1993-2011)

Contributor

Pahl, Daniel R.

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Subject Information

Spatial Coverage

Mayerthorpe

Spatial Coverage

Lac Ste Anne County

Resource Dates

Date Created

2011-03-03

Date Added

2016-01-18T21:17:34.887874

Date Modified

2011-03-03

Date Issued

2015-03-27

Identifiers

Usage / Licence

Usage Considerations

Under the Fatality Inquiries Act, the Fatality Review Board reviews deaths where: a person dies while they're detained in a correctional facility, institution, jail or other place – or on its premise; a person dies in the custody of a peace officer; a person dies from the use of force by an on-duty peace officer; a patient under the Mental Health Act dies in a facility or on its premise, even if they weren’t in the custody of that facility; a child dies under the province's guardianship or in its custody; a person dies accidentally from something that’s preventable, especially alcohol and drug use; a person dies as a result of their employment or occupation, or in the course of one or more of their former places of employment or occupations. The board may recommend that a death needs a fatality inquiry to help prevent similar deaths in the future, to protect the public, or to clarify the circumstances surrounding a case. The fatality inquiry happens after the police and Office of the Chief Medical Examiner have completed their investigations, and courts have resolved any related criminal charges, including appeals. A fatality inquiry is held before a judge at the Provincial Court. Each inquiry is open to the public unless the presiding judge orders that parts be held in private. After an inquiry is complete, the presiding judge provides the Minister with a written report that identifies the deceased and outlines the date, time, place and circumstances of death. The report may also recommend how to prevent similar incidents, but it cannot make any findings of legal responsibility.

Contact

Contact Name

Fatality Inquiry Coordinator

Contact Other

Phone 780-422-4077