Thank you Lee Keane for joining in support of Police on Guard for Thee.

2021-01-25

Thank you Lee Keane for joining in support of Police on Guard for Thee.

Jan 25, 2021 | Blog, Members

Thank you Lee Keane for joining in support of Police on Guard for Thee.

Thank you Lee Keane for joining in support of

Police on Guard for Thee

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Lee served almost exclusively in uniform for 32+ years and retired as a constable. Lee was a Director of the Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada and advocated for members of the force, many of whom suffered from disabilities suffered during their service. Lee’s advocacy contributed to recognition of members of the RCMP’s right to collective bargaining by the Supreme Court of Canada.
Lee is greatly troubled by the identity politics that surround policing, such as “defunding” the police. Lee is a Christian, an immigrant, and proud of his service to his nation as a veteran. He is concerned for the nation’s freedom during the Government of Canada’s response to COVID-19. Specifically, he is concerned with the clearly unconstitutional and unlawful actions of provincial governments regarding enforcement of “public health” orders as well as clear violations of the Criminal Code of Canada, Section 176(1), which makes it a dual procedure offence to interfere with church services.
Peace officers have discretion as to whether they arrest or charge suspects as well as under provincial statutes they have prosecutorial discretion. Police officers must exercise their discretion and powers within the law, especially the supreme legislation, the constitution, or Canada will descend into dictatorship.
Lee Keane
RCMP Badge #38913
Retired Constable
32 Years of Service
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
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Thank you Philip Williams for joining in support of Police on Guard for Thee.

I have always been involved in serving the good. With what is happening now in the world, I would like to do something.
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Aaron Nichols
EPS Badge #921
Retired Constable
37 Years of Service
Edmonton Police Service
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