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Anne Drennan

Spokesperson

Vancouver Police Department

HQ Phone:  (604) 873-7000

Email: a***@***.ca

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Vancouver Police Department

Sgt. Gibson / District 1 2120 Cambie Street

Vancouver, British Columbia,V5Z 4N6

Canada

Company Description

The VPD is committed to reducing property crime in Vancouver and is making unprecedented efforts to tackle property crime. On October 10th, the VPD launched a new crime prevention initiative, Operation Lock-Up, which focuses on vehicles that are most often sto...more

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A. Cameron Ward Barristers and Solicitors » Missing Women Commision of Inquiry

www.cameronward.com [cached]

When the Globe and Mail and the Province newspapers reported in April 2003 that Shenher was writing a book about the case, VPD spokesperson Anne Drennan flatly denied it.


WHORE WARS: The Battle for East Vancouver -- a personal account of some of the hot issues during 1997 for Vancouver prostitutes

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Anne Drennan, spokeswoman for the VPD says that police will offer the girls "alternatives services" and if they refuse, then they will charge them.


News about Surrey for the week ending July 6, 2014

southofthefraser.com [cached]

No one on the bus was hurt, but Transit Police spokesperson Anne Drennan said the outcome could have been very different.
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Transit police Ken Jansen, Brian Lawson face criminal charges

www.bcpolicecomplaints.org [cached]

Transit Police spokeswoman Anne Drennan said the latest cases should not reflect on the force as a whole.
"The cases from the past are now being dealt with," she said. "Transit Police officers are accountable. This should indicate that's the case." In the latest developments, Drennan said Lawson faces charges of assault on a police officer after an incident last September outside a New Westminster bar. The Jansen development was revealed as a result of a tip uncovered by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. Drennan disclosed that on Feb. 12 Jansen was found by Transit Police's disciplinary authority to have used excessive force and deceit, and was guilty of discreditable conduct. Regardless of the trial's outcome, Drennan said Jansen faces disciplinary penalties up to and including dismissal.


Vancouver transit police officer loses bomb, abuses dog

www.bcpolicecomplaints.org [cached]

Transit Police spokeswoman Anne Drennan said the animal was not physically abused or malnourished.
"The dog was taken away after it was found with fleas," said Drennan. "That was unacceptable." The dog has since left the force and been adopted out. Drennan said the officer is no longer in a policing job. Drennan said the officer was the same one involved in a January, 2011 incident in which explosives were left aboard an operational Boeing 767 at Vancouver International Airport following a dog-sniffing exercise. Drennan said a blasting cap would have been needed to set off the explosives. Safety procedures have now been tightened. She said the officer's actions shouldn't tarnish the reputation of the force, which is frequently criticized for its high salaries and $27-million annual budget.


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