Wednesday, April 26, 2017

-----Deaths of prisoners in Alberta (AC429864)----From: Julie Ali < Date: Tue, Jan 17, 2017 at 12:55 PM Subject: Re: The fatality reports---: Deaths of prisoners in Alberta To: Jennifer Fuchinsky , Ministry of Justice , Office of the Premier Dear Ms. Fuchinsky, With reference to historical reports does this mean reports not in the system yet? Can you search for the deaths of prisoners in these reports still? Julie Historical reports will continue to be uploaded as time and resources permit.----From: Jennifer Fuchinsky Date: Wed, Sep 28, 2016 at 10:13 AM Subject: RE: Deaths of prisoners in Alberta To: Julie Ali < Hello Ms. Ali, in response to your questions: 1. I can run a search and provide these for you. How far back do you want them? 2. At this time there is not a public database. 3. The reports are public and are available to anyone who makes a request. Jennifer Fuchinsky Fatality Inquiry Coordinator Justice and Solicitor General Legal Services Division Phone: 780-422-4077


I am still waiting for the answer to the missing fatality reports on the deaths of prisoners!!!






Julie Ali
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I am curious how many citizens are harmed by police or die in police custody. I asked about the fatality reports from the GOA folks. They have uploaded some of the fatality reports but "historical" fatality reports aren't up yet. No one at Alberta Justice provides any answers on why information release is delayed. Very poor service and this case makes me more curious than ever.
On March 30, 2017, Edmonton police confronted a man who was being watched for allegedly making potential threats against the force. He remains in hospital under…
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From: Julie Ali 
Date: Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 3:10 PM
Subject: The fatality reports---: Deaths of prisoners in Alberta--Historical reports
To: Jennifer Fuchinsky <jennifer.fuchinsky@gov.ab.ca>, Office of the Premier <premier@gov.ab.ca>, Ministry of Justice <ministryofjustice@gov.ab.ca>, psimons@edmontonjournal.com, kgerein@postmedia.com, Charles Rusnell <charles.rusnell@cbc.ca>



Hi,
When will I get a response to the request for the remaining fatality inquiry reports for this request? 
You indicated that reports back to 2004 are now in the system. What about the reports prior to this date? 

Historical reports are part of my inquiry.
sincerely,
Julie Ali

From: Julie Ali <
Date: Tue, Jan 17, 2017 at 12:55 PM
Subject: Re: The fatality reports---: Deaths of prisoners in Alberta
To: Jennifer Fuchinsky <Jennifer.Fuchinsky@gov.ab.ca>, Ministry of Justice <ministryofjustice@gov.ab.ca>, Office of the Premier <premier@gov.ab.ca>


Dear Ms. Fuchinsky,
With reference to  historical reports does this mean reports not in the system yet? Can you search for the deaths of prisoners in these reports still?
Julie 

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From: Julie Ali <
Date: Tue, Jan 17, 2017 at 12:55 PM
Subject: Re: The fatality reports---: Deaths of prisoners in Alberta
To: Jennifer Fuchinsky <Jennifer.Fuchinsky@gov.ab.ca>, Ministry of Justice <ministryofjustice@gov.ab.ca>, Office of the Premier <premier@gov.ab.ca>

Dear Ms. Fuchinsky,
With reference to  historical reports does this mean reports not in the system yet? Can you search for the deaths of prisoners in these reports still?
Julie 

Historical reports will continue to be uploaded as time and resources permit.

On Tue, Jan 17, 2017 at 12:49 PM, Julie Ali <> wrote:
Dear Ms. Fuchinsky,
If you were waiting for the upload you could have told me this. I was assuming that you were working on this project. Hence my repeated questions to Alberta Connects.
This is poor service.

Sincerely,
Julie 

On Tue, Jan 17, 2017 at 12:44 PM, Jennifer Fuchinsky <Jennifer.Fuchinsky@gov.ab.ca> wrote:
I was notified of this upload yesterday.

From: Julie Ali
Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2017 12:43 PM
To: Jennifer Fuchinsky
Subject: Re: The fatality reports---: Deaths of prisoners in Alberta

Dear Ms. Fuchinsky,
Thank you for your assistance.
Why didn't you let me know yourself earlier?
Sincerely,
Julie 

On Tue, Jan 17, 2017 at 12:32 PM, Jennifer Fuchinsky <Jennifer.Fuchinsky@gov.ab.ca> wrote:
Hello Ms. Ali,

All reports dating back to 2004 have now be uploaded to the Open Government website and you are able to search them yourself. Historical reports will continue to be uploaded as time and resources permit.


Jennifer Fuchinsky
Fatality Inquiry Coordinator
Justice and Solicitor General
Legal Services Division
Phone:  780-422-4077

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From: Julie Ali [mailto:
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2017 8:33 PM
To: Jennifer Fuchinsky
Subject: The fatality reports---: Deaths of prisoners in Alberta

Hi,
I requested the fatality reports on deaths of prisoners in Alberta. You responded September 10, 2016. When will this request be completed?
sincerely,
Julie 



From: Jennifer Fuchinsky <Jennifer.Fuchinsky@gov.ab.ca>
Date: Wed, Sep 28, 2016 at 10:13 AM
Subject: RE: Deaths of prisoners in Alberta
To: Julie Ali <
Hello Ms. Ali, in response to your questions:

1.      I can run a search and provide these for you. How far back do you want them?
2.      At this time there is not a public database.
3.      The reports are public and are available to anyone who makes a request.

Jennifer Fuchinsky
Fatality Inquiry Coordinator
Justice and Solicitor General
Legal Services Division
Phone:  780-422-4077

AB-JSG 2Color CMYK 


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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/bradley-ladouceur-shooting-edmonton-1.4087706

Man shot by Edmonton police says officer had no reason to shoot him

Bradley Ladouceur remains in hospital under 24-hour police guard, though no charges have been laid against him

By Janice Johnston, CBC News Posted: Apr 26, 2017 7:55 PM MT Last Updated: Apr 26, 2017 7:55 PM MT
Bradley Ladouceur was shot March 30 after police say he was driving his car erratically and attempted to flee on foot.
Bradley Ladouceur was shot March 30 after police say he was driving his car erratically and attempted to flee on foot. (Zoe Todd/CBC )
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Janice Johnston is an award-winning journalist in Edmonton who has covered the courts and crime for more than two decades. You can reach her at janice.johnston@cbc.ca or on Twitter at @cbcjanjohnston
An Edmonton man shot by police nearly a month ago remains in hospital under 24-hour police guard, although no criminal charges have been laid against him.
Now the 35-year-old man has agreed to be identified.
Through his lawyer, Bradley Ladouceur claims the officer had no reason to shoot him.
On March 30, Edmonton police said officers were following a male suspect who was driving erratically through a northeast Edmonton industrial area. They said Ladouceur was being investigated for potential threats against the Edmonton Police Service, and was also wanted on an outstanding provincial warrant and was being arrested for two breaches.  
Court records do not reveal any outstanding provincial warrant. To date, he has not been charged with any breaches.  
EPS claimed the man abandoned his Chevy Impala near 128th Avenue and 54th Street and tried to run away. A police news release dated March 30 stated he failed to follow police commands, leading to a confrontation that "ultimately resulted in an officer discharging his service weapon, striking the suspect."
Police never identified the man who was shot.
Now through his lawyer, Ladouceur claims he was unarmed at the time of the shooting. The written statement from Samantha Labahn said, "He was shot by an officer in plain clothes. In his view, the police had no reason to shoot him."  
According to Labahn, Ladouceur remains in the Royal Alexandra Hospital in relatively stable condition under 24-hour police guard. The lawyer said he will be willing to provide more details "once he confirms he is not in criminal jeopardy."  

Shooting victim charged in two other cases

Even though no charges have been laid against Ladouceur since the shooting, court documents reveal he faces a number of serious charges stemming from an incident last October.  
He is supposed to appear in court Friday to enter pleas in two 2016 cases.  
Ladouceur is charged with assault with a weapon, pointing a firearm and threats causing death or bodily harm. The offence date is October 26. He's also facing five firearm-related charges in an incident that dates back to December 20.  
The Edmonton police officer who shot Ladouceur remains on administrative leave. The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team continues to investigate the officer's actions.
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