Woman whose complaint of sexual assault was mishandled by police says accountability still missing

Warning: This story may be triggering for those who have experienced​ ​​​sexual violence or know someone affected by it.

A woman whose complaint of sexual assault was not adequately investigated by Kelowna RCMP says she has an apology but not accountability.

The detachment’s officer in charge, Supt. Kara Triance, wrote an apology to the woman as part of an official complaint review process. CBC News is keeping the woman’s identity confidential to protect her identity.

In an interview with CBC, the woman said she’s glad for the apology, but is still upset that the officer who mishandled her complaint will not face further scrutiny or discipline because she left the RCMP.

“I was disappointed,

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