York Police Officer Accused Of Trying To Make Bank As A Realtor When On Duty
The constable was charged with fraud under $5,000.
A member of the York Regional Police (YRP) is in hot water after being charged in a case of fraud.
According to YRP, an investigation was launched into the officer back in spring by the Professional Standards Bureau after it was discovered that he was working as a realtor while on duty.
As a result, Constable Jamil Saade of Markham was charged with fraud under $5,000.
He is scheduled to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in Newmarket on August 3, 2021.
"The accused has been a member of York Regional Police since 2013 and had most recently been working in the Information Management Unit," an excerpt from the report reads.
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