Police officers neglected duty in Saskatchewan toddler’s death: complaints commission 

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. -An investigation has found that officers who responded to a domestic violence call in Saskatchewan didn’t check on the well-being of a toddler and instead took the Indigenous mother to a police station in the hours before the child was killed. The Public Complaints Commission report into last year’s death of 13-month-old Tanner Brass says two Prince AlbertPolice Serviceofficers neglected their duty. The boy’s father, Kaij Brass, has been charged with second-degree murder and his trial is scheduled for next year. “The circumstances on the morning of Feb. 10, 2022, amount to a tragic and potentially avoidable incident,” the report found. “(Tanner) was, at all relevant times, vulnerable and in danger while inside the residence with (his father).” Kyla Frenchman, the toddler’s mother, has called for the…

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