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“I want to be clear that the BCA has agreed to assist in criminal investigations, not internal affairs investigations and not all ‘officer involved incidents’ as referenced in the first paragraph of your memorandum,” Dohman wrote.
But the plan never got off the ground. In January, still seeking to have some agreement reached, Harteau e-mailed Dohman asking for a follow-up meeting.
“I also want to reiterate our discussion and that I am not now or ever have asked for anything from the BCA that you don’t currently provide to other agencies surrounding critical incidents,” Harteau said.
The two met in February, and a few weeks later, Evans and Harteau’s second-in-command, Matthew Clark, made plans to meet for coffee. It doesn’t appear there was much communication between the agencies afterward.
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