Community leaders not surprised by results of TPS survey

KINGSLEY GILLIAM
By Admin 19.11.2014

Some community leaders say they are not surprised by the controversial findings of a Toronto Police survey of residents of 31 Division that has outraged Chief Bill Blair and members of the police association.

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Police database casts wide net

By Admin 11.06.2014

There was no broad-based public outcry about the discriminatory actions against Black people by Toronto police over a decade in Toronto’s version of ‘stop and frisk’. So-called street checks resulted in young Black men, especially, being stopped, questioned and their personal information placed in a police database at three times – or higher – the rate of the rest of the general public.

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Non-profit groups considered for funding

By Admin 21.05.2014

Some top Toronto non-profit groups that perform vital work are being considered for special funding by City Hall for making our communities safer.

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Dream of becoming a Toronto cop finally materializes

Shawn Brown
By Admin 24.04.2014

Luck was on Shawn Brown’s side the third time around. Twice turned down in his quest to become a Toronto Police officer, Brown is in the new recruit class undergoing orientation prior to entering the provincial police college for training.

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CBSA discriminated against job applicant, rights body rules

By Admin 19.03.2014

A former Toronto Police auxiliary officer has been awarded up to $20,000 for pain and suffering after he was found to be discriminated against by the Canada Border Services Agency that twice denied him a job as an inspector.

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Lawsuits against cops moving ahead as judge assigned

By Admin 19.02.2014

A green light has been given for two multi-million dollar class-action lawsuits to proceed against Toronto Police and government officials in a bid to ban the racial profiling and carding of community members.

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