The RCMP has completed its review into the Regina Police Service’s (RPS) investigation of Nadine Machiskinic’s death, but her family says police will not be revealing the findings to them or the public.
A release from the Saskatchewan Coalition Against Racism indicated Machiskinic’s family was disappointed with the lack of accountability from the police service.
“The family is once again left out in the cold with no information and no justice,” the release said.
In 2015 Machiskinic, 29, was found injured at the bottom of a laundry chute after falling 10 storeys in the Delta Hotel.
She later died from her injuries.
During the coroner’s inquest, the jury learned it took 60 hours for police to begin an investigation into her death.
Regina police Chief Evan Bray acknowledged mistakes were made in the investigation into her death but stood by how the case concluded.
A Regina Police Service spokesperson said Bray will be available to comment on the review at a later date.
It is not known if Bray will share any details about the review at that time.
Saskatchewan Coalition Against Racism said the review, along with the original RPS investigation, highlights a need for an independent oversight body of policing in the province.