Sgt. Campey was charged for being under the influence of liquor and assaulting R.O’Neill in the Cosmopolitan Hotel when off duty. O’Neill himself was drunk and carrying a loaded revolver. Sgt. Campey was severely reprimanded.
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- Sgt. A.A Johnston was charged for being drunk on duty and going off duty without permission. He was dismissed from the force.
- Cst. Graham was charged for entering a half breed’s tent at about 2:00 a.m. and insulting females therein. He was dismissed from the force.
- Cst. Lewis was charged after being found sleeping in the American Hotel when on duty. Third offence. He was ordered to resign.
- Cst. Lewis, charged leaving his employment as a Police Constable without proper notice. Fined $15 and costs by the Magistrate. Dismissed from the force by the Chief.
- Cst. Robertson, charged with Improper Conduct in trying to effect entrance to a young lady’s room in View Court about 1:00 a.m. and also demanding money from a prostitute. Dismissed from the force.
|Confiscated still c1920|
- Cst. Washford charged with drinking in a bar while in uniform. Dismissed from the force.
- Cst. Greengrove charged with assaulting a civilian. Dismissed from the force.
- Cst. Hitch charged with assaulting a prisoner in cells. Dismissed from the force by City Council.
- Cst. Northham and Cst. McLoughland were charged with assaulting a prisoner in cells. Suspended for 60 days by City Council. Cst. McLoughland resigned to join the Army.
- Cst. Jeske charged with drinking on duty and general incompetency. Dismissed from the force.
- Cst. Follett charged being under the influence of drinking while on duty at 2:00 a.m. Warned by the Chief.
- Cst. Follett charged drunk on duty at 7:00 p.m. Dismissed from the force. Was allowed to work a months notice at the Shell factory on pleading poverty and not having sufficient money to leave the city.
|Department photo 1913|
- Sgt. Groer charged Malicious Prosecution of Maurice Fefferman and highly improper conduct in dealing with CPR Cst. Smith and Stewart. Dismissed from the force.
- On July 10, 1913, Sgt. Campey made a complaint to council accusing Chief Bruce of official misconduct and misappropriation of bail and fine monies. A special committee was set up to investigate the charges. For his efforts, Sgt. Campey was suspended forthwith and dismissed when the Chief was exonerated on all charges.