A group of female Hamilton cops accused of cheating
A group of female Hamilton police officers who play together on a hockey team are facing an internal investigation after allegedly being caught cheating at a hockey tournament.
The women could face discipline under the Police Services Act after the team was allegedly caught using non-police players at a police-only tournament in Brantford.
Police officers can face discipline for actions that violate their ethical code, even if the incident happens outside of work.
Hamilton police and organizers of the International Police Hockey Tournament did not comment.
None of the officers are suspended or on administrative duty during the internal investigation.
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