TODAY: Press Conference on proposed “Community Engagement” policy

Today, community organizations and human rights groups will respond to and comment on the Toronto Police Services Board’s proposed Community Engagement Policy.

The press conference starts at 11:00 a.m. at the Sheraton Centre Hotel Toronto (123 Queen Street West, across from City Hall) in the Cedar Room.

The press release can be viewed here.

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