Race discrimination

OHRC letter on eliminating racial profiling in police services : [Letter from Barbara Hall, Chief Commissioner of Ontario Human Rights Commission, to William Blair, Chief of the Toronto Police Service].

Includes bibliographical references. Subject(s): Racial profiling in law enforcement - Ontario, Racism - Government policy - Ontario, Race discrimination - Government policy - Ontario, Race discrimination - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Apr. 15, 2015. Archivé par la bibliothèque législative de l'Ontario le 15 avril 2015.

OHRC letter on eliminating racial profiling in police services : [Letter from Barbara Hall, Chief Commissioner of Ontario Human Rights Commission, to William Blair, Chief of the Toronto Police Service]. (French content)

Includes bibliographical references. Subject(s): Racial profiling in law enforcement - Ontario, Racism - Government policy - Ontario, Race discrimination - Government policy - Ontario, Race discrimination - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Apr. 15, 2015. Archivé par la bibliothèque législative de l'Ontario le 15 avril 2015.

OHRC Written Deputation on: Policy on Community Engagements Procedure 04-14: Community Engagements.

Includes bibliographical references. 'Racial profiling by the Toronto Police Service is a recognized problem in need of an effective solution. ... The long road to reform has led us to the release of the Board's revised Policy and Service's Procedure on Community Engagements. The new Policy and Procedure have been described as a 'landmark in advancing bias-free policing.' In fact, they are a step backwards. The goal of the revised Policy and Procedure - to eliminate discrimination from Community Engagements - will not be realized without significant changes.

OHRC Written Deputation on: Policy on Community Engagements Procedure 04-14: Community Engagements. (French content)

Includes bibliographical references. 'Racial profiling by the Toronto Police Service is a recognized problem in need of an effective solution. ... The long road to reform has led us to the release of the Board's revised Policy and Service's Procedure on Community Engagements. The new Policy and Procedure have been described as a 'landmark in advancing bias-free policing.' In fact, they are a step backwards. The goal of the revised Policy and Procedure - to eliminate discrimination from Community Engagements - will not be realized without significant changes.

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