Members of Nadine Machiskinic’s family are scheduled to have a meeting with Chief Evan Bray and members of the Regina Police in regards to the RCMP’s review of the investigation into her death.
In January of 2015, Machiskinic was found in a laundry chute at the Delta hotel. After police ruled her death as accidental, a jury at a coroner’s inquest changed the ruling to undetermined.
Chief Bray said the RCMP’s review spoke about how RPS manages major cases.
“Predominately ones that are not necessarily major crime investigations, but perhaps start out as a patrol investigation, but really ends up being a serious or major crime investigation and how we manage those cases from a major case management stand-point.”
Chief Bray said delays in the investigation were noted in the review, but they did not alter the final result of the case.
“It did show that while the investigation took all of the proper steps, there is some oversight that could have been done that might have prevented some of those delays from happening.”
After the meeting with the family is held, Bray said the information will be made public.