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David Wynn was born on 18 October, 1972 in Newcastle, New Brunswick, Canada, is a St. Albert RCMP Constable. Discover David Wynn's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 48 years old?

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Occupation Police Officer
Age 50 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 18 October 1972
Birthday 18 October
Birthplace Newcastle, New Brunswick, Canada
Nationality Canadian

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His wife is Shelly MacInnis-Wynn

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Const. David Wynn was posthumously given a bravery award by the RCMP Commissioner in March, 2019. The award recognized both him and Auxiliary Const. Derek Bond for engaging an armed suspect after being fired upon. Two of Wynn's sons, Nathan and Matthew, accepted the award on his behalf.


Wynn's Law was a proposed piece of legislation that ultimately was not passed. Bill S-217 was defeated in the house of commons on June 14, 2017. The bill was introduced by Senator Bob Runciman on February 3, 2016, and was sponsored by MP Michael Cooper. The bill was to make changes to the Criminal Code that would have made it mandatory to disclose a suspect's criminal history during a bail hearing. It was named after Wynn because his killer Shawn Rehn had been out on bail at the time of the shootings, despite having many previous charges. It was argued that these previous charges should have been disclosed at Rehn's bail hearing, and that such a change may have prevented Wynn's death. The bill was championed by Wynn's wife Shelly, who at times through the process voiced her displeasure at the Liberal government, who were accused of opposing the bill on political grounds. The liberal government had previously stated that they would not support the law.


Const. David Wynn was shot in the head during a routine license plate check on January 17, 2015. He succumbed to his injuries four days later on January 21.

On January 17, 2015, Const. Wynn was at the Apex Casino in St. Albert, Alberta. He had been undergoing a routine check of the license plates in the parking lot — a common task on a slow night such as that one — when he found a plate that was not registered to the truck it was on. Suspecting vehicle theft, he went inside the casino to check the video footage. A second officer, Aux. Const. Derek Bond, was called in to help review the tape.

On January 15, Wynn's family gathered to say their final goodbyes. Over the next several days, words of support came from across the country. Wynn was taken off life support on January 21, 2015.


David Matthew Wynn (October 18, 1972 – January 21, 2015) was a Canadian police officer in the St. Albert RCMP in Alberta. Wynn was shot and killed by Shawn Rehn in St. Albert's Apex Casino during a routine license plate check. He is the namesake of a defeated law, Wynn's Law, that would have made it more difficult for suspects to make bail if they had a criminal history. Wynn was posthumously awarded a bravery award by the RCMP commissioner.

Wynn was born in Newcastle, New Brunswick in 1972. Before becoming a police officer, Wynn was a paramedic for Emergency Health Services in Bridgewater, NS from between 1996 and 2009. In 2009 he joined the St. Albert RCMP.