Many are aware and are up to date on the notorious and infamous Office of Police Complaints in BC.  However, not too many people are aware that one has a 90% FAIL RATE when they file a complaint against the police in BC, which is shocking and borders on evil.

Thanks to professional citizens like Mr. Greg Klein who documented just a few out of many corrupt and disgraceful acts that taxpayers pay for while the Office of the Police Complaints continue to escape justice.  Mr. Greg Klein produced a website called BC Police Complaints that clearly displays the bias and prejudice and collusion that the OPCC commits. (

We also found insidious and egregious acts that the OPCC committed and published in February of 2017.  This had to do with John Kislock from the OPCC who misled and betrayed the public when he would not allow a middle-eastern man to have his complaint heard.  Here is the story incase you missed it.

Then we wrote to the deputy police complaint commissioner Rollie Woods. hoping that we would get some justice. However we were not aware that this deputy police complaint commissioner Rollie Woods set up a lucrative retirement sinecure while conducting cover-ups on behalf of the Vancouver Police Department’s oddly named Professional Standards unit. Under his direction, VPD investigators set out in advance to find the police 100-per-cent right and complainants or victims 100-per-cent wrong, smeared complainants, interviewed complainants only at the end of investigations, conducted witness-tampering and lied about the Criminal Code. Woods’ cover-ups were then rubber-stamped by the OPCC. Stan Lowe hired and promoted this repugnant liar, ensuring a dishonest cop culture prevails at the OPCC.  Here is more facts on Rollie Woods


To respect your time we will keep this short.  After watching this short documentary you will join the 1000’s who are stunned why these corrupt officials, who get over 100 000 thousands of dollars a year, are not in jail.







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