Royal Canadian Mounted Police Constable Allan Poapst received a reprimand and was docked three days pay for not properly investigating a woman's claim of assault. The woman said she was beaten, choked, stripped and forced out of her home by her boyfriend. But Poapst not only did not interview other witnesses, he tried to persuade her not to file charges.
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