certain documentary evidence that was in the hands of a third party and the nature of where and how it was held led to delays that were beyond our control," said Ron Mac Donald, the director of the police watchdog agency.The girl was 17 at the time of the alleged offence in the Bridgewater area on Nova Scotia's south shore, Mac Donald said.Additional years can be searched, a search fee will be charged for each three year increment.To find out more about the applicable fees, please visit Vital Statistics Fees.Birth records are retained by Vital Statistics for a period of 100 years.Marriages have been recorded in Nova Scotia since 1864.Please contact us if you require additional information about genealogical records available from our Halifax office.
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He said it is the first time in his five-year tenure with the independent agency that charges of sexual assault have been laid against a police chief in the province, although there have been a number of investigations of police officers.
Collyer was placed on administrative leave by Bridgewater's police commission in August after it became public that SIRT was investigating the alleged sexual assault.
Pat Cappello, the chair of the community's police commission, said the board planned to meet on Thursday night to discuss what actions, if any, it will take.