What was expected to be a week long Fatality Inquiry into the August 2012 killing of Foothills MD Peace Officer Rod Lazenby could wrap up later today or tomorrow.
The 62-year-old Lazenby was a retired RCMP officer who worked in Bylaw Enforcement for the MD.
He was killed when he went to a rural property to deal with a dog complaint.
Trevor Kloschinsky was charged with first-degree murder but was found not criminally responsible.
Kloschinsky drove Lazenby to a Calgary police station and told officers he had apprehended a “dog thief.”
Monday, there were calls for the province to regulate training and resources available to peace officers and to make sure they're aware of the situation they may be going into.