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A Calgary police officer is suing the city and the police service alleging sexual harassment and intimidation.

Kimberley Prodaniuk has been a member of the Calgary Police Service since 2008 but has been on stress leave for nearly two years.

Her statement of claim includes allegations of sexually explicit comments made by other police while on duty and during a training course.

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The allegations, which also include a claim of derogatory comments made by the Calgary Police Association, have not been proven in court.

Her lawsuit is seeking an undisclosed financial amount for damages.

The Calgary Police Service Commission declined to comment on the specific allegations and the Calgary Police Association says it would refute the claims.

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