Law Union of Ontario Submission to TPSB regarding the new “Community Engagement” Policy

At its public meeting of April 2, 2015, the Toronto Police Services Board considered oral deputations and written submissions responding to and commenting on its proposed Community Engagement Policy.  The Law Union of Ontario’s submission to the TPSB can be viewed here.

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