Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Victoria Police Chief fired for misconduct

First we heard that suspended Victoria Police Chief Frank Elsner resigned but unlike in Jim Browns case, the disciplinary hearing continued after he resigned. Then we hear that "Although Elsner resigned in May 2017, his service record will now show that he committed eight acts of misconduct under the Police Act which would have resulted in his dismissal from policing."

"Two retired judges acting for the commissioner determined that Elsner committed six acts of discreditable conduct, including three of workplace harassment, one act of deceit and one act of inappropriate use of police equipment. “I have concluded that the decisions and discipline proposed by the retired judges are well reasoned and appropriate … Therefore, there is no need to call a public hearing on these matters,” said Lowe. Since his resignation, Elsner has launched a cannabis consulting business - his profile on Linked In says he is principal consultant for UMBRA Strategic Solutions, which provides security consulting to marijuana businesses.

More cop pot. I wonder if he's going to start working for Andy Richards? Does that means cops who sell pot are not allowed to enter the US? Now two local mayors are complaining that the report implicates them by stating "In the report released Sept. 26, Lowe said Helps and Desjardins predetermined the outcome of the internal discipline process from the outset, and set about navigating a course to allow the former chief to remain in his post.”

Frank Elsner is from Sudbury where he "associated with criminals and partied with drug users, bikers, and hookers. He set up elaborate drug deals, disappeared for weeks on end, was involved in a hitman operation, and had multiple aliases." This is an example of an undercover cop who goes undercover not because he hates crime because he covets that life. I do not. There is nothing in that life that appeals to me and I think married cops that go undercover to infiltrate the bikers gangs because they covet that lifestyle are trash.


  1. "Does that means cops who sell pot are not allowed to enter the US?"

    It may well. Regardless of how many states (I think it's 7 or 8 or something like that) have legalized weed at the state level, this has nothing to do with Federal law, where weed is still a Schedule 1 drug. In their eyes, this douchebag doing consulting for a company like that wouldn't be much different that someone providing security consulting services for one of the cartels. The question is, do they know that he's involved in this? They may not, they may just have him down in the system as a Canadian police officer for all the years he was one, but no recent update as to his present activities in the drug trade.

    All of that might change if someone picked up the phone and dropped a dime on him. :biggrin: It wouldn't even require that kind of directness, an FOIA (FReedom of Information Act) request to the DEA
    for any information they may have regarding Frank Eisner, Andy Richards et al and their current employment. IF they had none before, they would after they received that request. Registered mail has to be signed for, they couldn't claim later they never received that request, and they know that when they open it up, read it, and see that they already signed for it. Imagine Eisner showing up out at YVR to pre-clear US Customs and Immigration on this way to Hawaii or something with the family and being told he's barred from entry. The family goes to Hawaii without him. LOL.

    Speaking of former Canadian LEO's who need to be barred entry into the USA, I wonder what Jim Brown's status is?

  2. Perhaps misconduct for wearing such a ridiculous shirt for an uniform ...


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