Media Advisory: Disciplinary decision for VPD officer who pushed disabled woman

Vancouver, B.C. [November 27]A disciplinary decision will be delivered tomorrow for the Vancouver Police Department officer who pushed a disabled woman to the ground in the Downtown Eastside.

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Adjudicator Wally Oppal will deliver the decision, which may also include recommendations for future police investigations.
The decision will be delivered at 9:30am in courtroom 109. Pivot Legal Society lawyer Douglas King, who is representing Sandy Davidsen, the women shoved by Const. Taylor Robinson, will be available for comment following the decision.
What:             Disciplinary decision for Const. Taylor Robinson
Where:           Provincial Court of B.C. — Smithe Street entrance
                        Vancouver, B.C. (Google Map)
When:            Friday, November 28
Note: Time is approximate. The decision may take up to 60 minutes to be read.
For additional information, please contact:
Kevin Hollett, Communications Director: 778-848-3420, [email protected]
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