Edmonton police fire woman constable for 5 counts of misconduct, lying

The Edmonton Police Service has fired a constable for misconduct. Police said in a news release that charges of deceit, discreditable conduct and insubordination against Lori Lamb were proven in a disciplinary hearing in December.

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Police Service has fired a constable for misconduct.

Police said in a news release that charges of deceit, discreditable conduct and insubordination against Lori Lamb were proven in a disciplinary hearing in December.

She was also found guilty of providing false information in an information to obtain a search warrant, and to professional standards branch investigators during the internal investigation.

Lamb was a 15-year member of the force.

The disciplinary hearing began in October and Lamb was assigned to administrative duties during the process.

Police did not give details about what Lamb did.

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