The officer who fatally shot and killed 29-year-old Stacey Perry on Dec. 25, 2018, mortally wounded a Calgary man in 2011.
Const. Stephen Cook, a 10-year veteran with the Calgary Police Service, fired at Perry after she pinned a female officer following a spree of dangerous driving.
The shooting is being investigated by the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team. Cook is on a 30-day administrative leave.
In 2011, Cook shot Corwin (Corey) Peeace, 40, four times after breaching an Erin Woods home.
During a subsequent fatality inquiry in 2013, Cook said he had fired a gun in the line of duty with the South African Police Service and with the British military deployed in Iraq.