Officer killed in shooting identified as 24-year veteran
A police officer who died in the line of duty Monday in Abbotsford, B.C., has been identified as a constable with 24 years of experience in policing who was also active in the community.
Const. John Davidson died after responding to a report of a possible stolen vehicle.
The Abbotsford Police Department says Davidson began his career as a police officer in the United Kingdom in 1993 before moving to British Columbia in 2006.
The department describes Davidson as a dedicated officer who devoted much of his time to the community and connecting with kids.
He is survived by his wife and three adult children.
Abbotsford police say a man in his 60s from Alberta was taken into custody Monday after exchanging gunfire with its officers.