Scadding Court Community Centre

November 19, 2008 14:27 ET

Scadding Court Community Centre: What's Next for Ontario's Police Complaints System?

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Nov. 19, 2008) - Scadding Court Community Centre -



WHAT: Release of a community-based report that puts forward a new three
pillar model (community, police and government) for Ontario's new
police complaints system and specific recommendations for its
regulations.

WHY: The McGuinty government has followed up on its pledge to reform the
province's police complaints system with new legislation and a new
Office of the Independent Police Review Director. However, regulations
for this system remain to be developed and the government's funding
commitment to it is unclear. Ontario's police complaints system needs
to be effective and available to all Ontarians.

WHO: Dr. Alok Mukherjee, Chair of Toronto Police Services Board,
Bill 103 Summit Chair Anita Balakrishna, and members of the
Community Education and Access to Police Complaints Partnership
(CEAPC)

WHEN: Thursday November 20 at 9am

WHERE: In the Media Room at Queen Park


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