Calgary police officers convicted of corruption to face sentencing hearing
A sentencing hearing is set to take place this morning for three current and former Calgary police officers who are guilty of corruption-related offences. They employed current and former officers, including Morton, McNish and Braile. Braile and Morton were convicted of bribery, harassment and unauthorized use of a computer system. McNish was found guilty of unauthorized use of a computer system and breach of trust. âThe charges of bribery and unauthorized use of a computer system relate to the officers being paid to do searches on internal Calgary Police Service databases â CPIC and PIMS.