Statement - Arrest of Canadian citizen returning from Syria
B.C., Integrated National Security Team
2022-10-28 11:54 PDT
On October 26, 2022, the RCMP arrested 50-year old Kimberly Gwen Polman at the Montreal-Trudeau Airport. She was transported to British Columbia, and remanded into custody by a Judge to appear the next day for a bail hearing.
On Thursday October 27, Kimberly Polman appeared in Chilliwack Provincial Court for a bail hearing in relation to a Terrorism Peace Bond application initiated under s.810.011 of the Criminal Code. Ms. Polman was released from custody and is subject to a number of bail conditions.
As the RCMP criminal investigation of Ms. Polman remains ongoing, there will be no further comment on this matter at this time.
The RCMP is committed to working in partnership with both domestic and foreign agencies to keep Canadians safe and secure and to protect Canadian interests at home and abroad.
The RCMP encourages citizens to remain vigilant and report any information on terrorism or related suspicious activity to the National Security Information Network (1-800-420-5805) or to their local police detachment.
Supt. David Teboul,
Officer in Charge EINSET (BC)
BC RCMP Communications
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