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Banning members of outlaw motorcycle gangs from clubs as well as known drug dealers and people who have a history of violence.

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Police agencies across Prince Edward Island are working on initiatives that would ban members of outlaw motorcycle gangs from wearing gang colours and clothing from businesses.

RCMP Cpl. Andy Cook, who is the provincial outlaw motorcycle gang co-ordinator, said Thursday they are exploring a “no gang colours, no gang clothing” and a bar watch program, similar to actions other provinces have taken.

“I am working on that right now,’’ Cook said. “We are exploring the bar watch program as well.’’

Some provinces have Liquor Control Acts that ban the wearing of biker colours in bars. That doesn’t exist in P.E.I., but it was discussed in 2017.

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Cook heads up what he calls a joint crime suppression team, which includes the RCMP, as well Charlottetown, Summerside and Kensington municipal police forces.

Cook said some provinces have a bar watch program, which allows bars to form partnerships with area businesses that would entail banning members of outlaw motorcycle gangs from clubs as well as known drug dealers and people who have a history of violence.

The “no gang colours, no gang clothing” program has been implemented in some communities in Ontario, he said. It exists in the form of a partnership between local police and business owners who voluntarily sign up. It allows police to enter the business and tell people who are wearing outlaw motorcycle gang colours or other street attire to leave.

“They do attract violence. It’s well established across the country that we have different motorcycle clubs in conflict with each other simply over the patches on their backs. And, then you throw alcohol in the mix, we have people that will be out at establishments and may decide they want to cause conflict with a member of an outlaw motorcycle club (member).’’
-Cpl. Andy Cook

Cook, who also leads the drugs and organized crime awareness service on P.E.I., said there have been incidents on P.E.I., especially in the past year, involving outlaw motorcycle club members at local bars or establishments, especially in the Charlottetown area, that can be traced directly back to the wearing of biker colours and vests with membership patches on them. He added “violent contact’’ can be initiated by either a member of an outlaw motorcycle gang or the public.

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“They do attract violence. It’s well established across the country that we have different motorcycle clubs in conflict with each other simply over the patches on their backs. And, then you throw alcohol in the mix, we have people that will be out at establishments and may decide they want to cause conflict with a member of an outlaw motorcycle club (member).’’

Cook and other members of his suppression team have witnessed incidents at bars over the past year, even when they’ve been in uniform.

“Personally, I’ve been inside bars . . . where conflict has happened right in back of us while we are in the bar. We’ve had incidents happen right in front of us.’’

Cook said there are establishments in Charlottetown that are already taking action, having implemented dress codes that ban anyone who wears outlaw motorcycle clothing of any kind.

Cook said there are currently incidents under investigation. He is asking anyone who has been assaulted, threatened or intimidated by a member of an outlaw motorcycle gang to contact the nearest police detachment.

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“This shouldn’t be going on in our establishments; it shouldn’t be going on anywhere on Prince Edward Island. And we’re not going to accept it as police officers here,’’ Cook said, pausing to stress those last few words.

15 comments

  1. Soon to be coming to an American City near you! If these 1% and dominant clubs don’t stop their petty bullshit, these laws will be established in the good ‘ole USA. 81 Is notorious for rat packing and starting their bullshit in crowded places. Usually it involves them being upset over a patch some family club is wearing and it hurts their little feelings. They rarely every confront someone one on one without their brothers present, they only become big bully when they have numbers in masses. Because of clubs like this you can expect to see more and more laws and profiling in the USA.

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  2. If you all just get along and stop fighting and making these bogus ass laws and news we get alomg all want happy ness and freedom to do as we America people can show them we can police ourself fuck the blues and you know what we are respected and respectful. Get off our asses we donate and do more good than most…. Leave it and let the colours fly…..

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  3. Bikers get a bad wrap sometimes. Not saying there isn’t violence but come on….drunk idiots, colors or not, start fights when they drink. I’ve seen way more bar violence out of non bikers than I have bikers. How about holding the bar and it’s employees responsible for over serving or not having enough or well equipped bouncing staff when violence does occur? Some bars have no bouncers. How about passing a law that ALL bars have to have security staff?? And let’s talk about $$. Most bars, violence or not, are not gonna want to lose biker drinking $$. Ban the colors they’ll just find somewhere else to drink cause most are not gonna take off the kutte.

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  4. Bullshit. They are people. I was a young kid and the Hells angels Helped me and got me home safe great people. Nothing was asked of me .but are you ok? Thank you Lynn ma.

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  5. This is bullshit. Whats next anyone that isn’t sucking the lefts’ dicks is going to have to wear a gold star and go on a train ride? They ain’t targeting blues or reds because they help with govt agenda keeping people ignorant and afraid.

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  6. Fuck that they are not gangs get it straight some are bad that have gang members like the mingled but most club’s are good people that do good things for the community like toy runs at Christmas and many things you tried to stop prohibition that did not work

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  7. The cops also should be banned they are just as corrupt and violent as an motorcycle club. Cops are nothing but murderers,thieves,violent and bullies they hide behind the law…we need these clubs to show our country will not become a police state. If you want to stop this kind of acts start with your local law enforcement. They are bigger criminals.

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  8. It’s up to the bartenders when somebody had enough to drinks. Keep a eye on those fuckin dirty cops. What bunch of fuckin bullshit. Those cops are fuckin thieves. Ask me I know.

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  9. How funny! It is the COPS fault! Those dirty cops! Until you need them right? Like when Sonny called 911 to tattle on his wife and get the Sheriffs Department to come to his home? Yeah, those dirty cops right? Only when you need them are they not dirty. Don’t tell me you don’t need them either, every 1% club has cops in their club, you just don’t know who they are.

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  10. Every man is guilty of violence in some form or another! No good going after a few blokes wearing colours. Plenty of gangsters around #the government and affiliated departments. Are doing a fantastic job. Pull the raines in on those folk. Not taken sides but looking from a far ‘need some cleaning up on all sides

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  11. I suggest everyone wear there colors n hit every bar in town ,then the next ,ripping bikes up n down the block ,wake the dead ,Every night,same people always trying to tell US how we should be have n act. Up ur assssssss

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  12. It’s not bikers in bars causing violence, the alcohol causes violence. Where I come from it is standard procedure no colours but New Zealand is under govt thumb already and like anywhere the police force are a gang them selves and as corrupt as any police force around the world. I’m not a gang member but I don’t have a problem with the brotherhood.

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