Peel cop of 22 years charged with sexual assault
TORONTO -- A Peel police officer, who has been with the service for 22 years, has been charged with sexual assault after a nine-month investigation.
The Peel Regional Police professional standards bureau said they arrested and charged Const. Daniel McAllister following a probe into sexual assault allegations.
In March, police said they received a complaint from the Officer of the Independent Police Review Director alleging sexual assault by the officer.
He is currently on suspension and once the criminal court proceedings are complete a Police Services Act investigation will follow, officials said.
McAllister is expected to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton on Jan. 6.