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Toward A New Chapter In Our History: How the New Ontario Regulation Provides an Opportunity to Renew Police-Community Relations

2016

Toward A New Chapter In Our History: How the New Ontario Regulation Provides an Opportunity to Renew Police-Community Relations

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This report was published by Citizen Empowerment Project.

HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:

This Citizen Empowerment Project report is based on a series of Policing Literacy Initiative community consultation dinners in fall 2015. At these events community members from the Greater Toronto Area gathered to discuss the Government of Ontario’s consultation draft regulation on carding and to provide feedback and recommendations for how police services, police services boards, community groups and activists can move forward in 2016 to strengthen police-community relations.

Byam, S., Chatterjee, S., Holder, L., Jivani, J., Shareei, G. & Yogaretnam, G. (2016). Toward a new chapter in our history: How the new Ontario regulation provides an opportunity to renew police-community relations. Citizen Empower Project.

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