RCMP officer pleads not guilty to child luring charge

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Ian James Kaulback, the RCMP officer charged in February with luring a child over the Internet, pleaded not guilty today in provincial court in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.

Kaulback was not present in court, but was represented by his lawyer who addressed the court over the phone system.

According to the lawyer, Kaulback is in Nunavut.

The charge is one of unlawfully luring a child (under the age of 16) by means of a computer system.

The case has been set over to Sept. 5.

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: Happy Valley

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  • Kathy Anawack
    August 07, 2013 - 10:51

    Kaulback was released on several conditions, including staying in Nova Scotia where he is from, and reporting regularly to the RCMP.He's also been placed on a curfew, forbidden from using the internet and banned from being around children. Suspended RCMP member Ian James Kaulback RCMP , who is facing charges of child luring has had strict rules set for him. I would like you to know that while Ian James Kaulback RCMP has been in the community of Arviat Nunavut, he has had Full unlimited community access. with no curfew, Full internet access, Attended mental health support groups with the most vulnerable of peoples Unlimited and unsupervised use of a Government vehicle These examples of bold misuse are not only disrespectful and disheartening, but if allowed to continue now that it has been brought to your attention, will constitute a grave injustice to our peoples.

    • Concerned mom
      August 22, 2013 - 17:46

      Kathy can you please explain how you know this information and also is he living with his wife Tasha at this moment there as well.

    • Educated One
      September 15, 2013 - 12:00

      If you are so confident in your statement, why don't you use your real name "Kathy" I hope you remember making false statements when they are known to be false, is illegal.

  • Bruce Valpy
    July 10, 2013 - 14:20

    Nunavut News/North reporters checked with RCMP in Nunavut to see if officer was on active duty here. The answer came back no. Just for your info.