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The Ontario Provincial Police and Niagara Regional Police have found no evidence of criminal activity at the Niagara Parks Commission.
In the fall of 2011 a Joint Forces Investigation was launched between the NRP fraud unit and the OPP anti-rackets branch as a result of public complaints. The investigation was started at the request of Niagara Parks Police chief Doug Kane.
Improprieties were alleged of past procurement of goods and services within The Niagara Parks Commission. During the year-long investigation, police interviewed past and present NPC employees, commissioners and people beyond the Parks Commission. Police announced the results of their findings Tuesday, clearing Parks employees and anyone associated with the Commission.
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