Longer time to make complaint against police reasonable: N.S. attorney general
Updated: Aug 25
CTV News · Posted: Sept 26, 2019 8:37 PM AT | Last Updated: September 26, 2019
HALIFAX -- Nova Scotia's attorney general says a call to increase the statute of limitations in complaints of police misconduct is "reasonable," adding he hopes to bring in legal reform this fall.
Mark Furey said Thursday he's taken particular note of the case made by a 43-year-old woman who went public earlier this month with allegations the Halifax police mishandled their probe of a brutal sexual assault against her.