Posts Filed Under: policing
New study examines the challenges facing LGBT cops—and the changes being made in the province's police services.
Chief Bill Blair has been asked to report to the police board after two recent officer suicides.
Police militarization, racial profiling, and excessive force—they're not just problems for Ferguson, Missouri.
Councillor retracts his statements about alleged information leaks from the police after Blair files defamation notice against him.
Looking back at the decade-long legacy of Toronto's outgoing police chief.
Mayoral candidate argues that beginning the search while an election is underway raises issues about fairness.
The Toronto police chief's tenure will come to an end next April.
Suit alleges "excessive and unreasonable force” and "high-handed, shocking" conduct in last summer's shooting of an 18-year-old TTC passenger.
Recently Olivia Chow called for a handgun ban. It seems like a standard bit of progressive policy. It isn't—not in Toronto today. This is why.
Anti-poverty group fears extra policing in the Dundas and Sherbourne area ahead of World Pride, Pan Am Games.
Constable James Forcillo faces a charge of second-degree murder.
In a new documentary, young men share personal stories about the controversial police practice.
Board removes sections that might perpetuate arbitrary police stops after pressure from activists.
Critical questions must be resolved before the final policy is approved.
Draft policy fails to define the public safety rationale for controversial police stops.
Police-civilian interactions need to be clearer, less invasive, says report prepared for the Toronto Police Services Board.
Bill Blair asked the OPP to assume an oversight role in the ongoing investigation, and the OPP has agreed to the request.
Complaint alleges the practice is discriminatory, and calls for its elimination.