Edmonton police mourn death of well-known constable less than a week after slaying of two officers
An Edmonton police constable known for her outreach work has died less than one week after the violent deaths of two other EPS officers.
The Edmonton Police Service on Wednesday announced the death of Const. Corinne Kline, a 22-year veteran of the service.
The mother of three was mourned in a flurry of posts on social media.
“I cannot begin to imagine how hard it is for everyone in @edmontonpolice,” city Coun. Andrew Knack wrote on Twitter. “To hear the news about Corinne Kline is incredibly sad. She was an exceptionally positive person and made such a difference across Edmonton. My deepest condolences to her family, friends, and colleagues.”
Kline was 23 when she joined EPS in September 2001 and worked in patrol, front counter and as a volunteer coordinator. She also helped support survivors of domestic violence, EPS said in a Facebook post.
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