Derksen was working on contract as a supervisor in the automated traffic enforcement program, working with the City of Edmonton’s traffic safety section for more than three years as a supervisor monitoring photo-radar operators in the field. Police allege the man threatened her, and told her he wouldn’t criminally charge her if she performed sexual acts on him.The woman was able to take photos of the man who attacked her.(AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File) " data-medium-file="https://shawglobalnews.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/bkws114-88_2017_201243_high.jpg? quality=70&strip=all&w=300" data-large-file="https://shawglobalnews.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/bkws114-88_2017_201243_high.jpg? quality=70&strip=all&w=650" / Canadian peacekeepers prepare for a parade at Maple Leaf Camp in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Nov.28, 1997.The Trudeau government has promised to get Canada back into the peacekeeping business, but a new report from two independent think tanks says the military is ill-prepared for the task.READ MORE: Man charged after ‘multiple sexual assaults’ at West Edmonton Mall waterpark The trial is set for Jan. READ MORE: Arrest leads to renewed criticism of refugee policy Police said all six girls were under the age of 16.The waterpark was booked out by the Non-Academic Staff Association (NASA) at the time, which represents non-academic staff at the University of Alberta campus.For more information and tickets: #Born To Be Wild #Rocky Mountain Express Accent Alberta Edmonton's French Quarter - Quartier Francophone d'Edmonton ICI Alberta Here's another interesting bit of "Hook" trivia for ya... twose.ca/pajamaparty Edmonton Events, Modern Mama St. Albert, Modern Mama Edmonton, Edmonton Mama, Raising Edmonton, Edmonton's Child Magazine, YEG Live .
Police with the Internet Child Exploitation unit, part of Alberta’s Law Enforcement Response Teams, described the crimes as “monstrous to the family and to society at large” when they announced charges against the 41-year-old last week.
and he forces his way in, who knows what could happen," said the woman, whom CBC has decided not to name out of concern for her safety."I haven't slept in a week," she said.
The woman lives in an apartment in Edmonton's Capilano neighbourhood, and recently a series of strange men have appeared at her home, looking for sex.
A trial date has been set for a photo radar supervisor who is accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a woman. 8, 2018 to face allegations that he pulled over a 25-year-old woman driving on Anthony Henday Drive in the early hours of June 7, and then took her to a park and sexually assaulted her.
In an initial release of information about the incident, police said they believed the suspect may have been impersonating a police officer: they said the man had flashing lights on his vehicle when he pulled the woman over, and that he was wearing a uniform.