Public Reviews and Hearings

Admission of Disciplinary Default

An officer charged with a disciplinary default under The Law Enforcement Review Act can admit to the default. In these situations the Commissioner of LERA, in consultation with the officer's Chief of Police, will recommend one or more penalties. If the officer agrees with the recommendation of the Commissioner, the Chief of Police must impose the penalty. If the officer does not agree with the recommended penalty, the Commissioner must refer the matter to a hearing before a provincial judge.


Decisions under Section 16 of The Law Enforcement Review Act

  • LERA File 2004/291 - May 26, 2006
    Brandon Police Service Chief of Police Harley J. Bryson
    An admission of default pursuant to section 16(4) The Law Enforcement Review Act