The existing reviews amply cover the most contentious policing issues:Well, its nice to get that settled -- let's not bicker and argue about who killed who...
The Ontario Ombudsman is investigating the implementation and communication of Regulation 233/10, apparently misinterpreted by some as granting additional police powers. The Toronto Police Service is doing its own review of “all aspects of summit policing.” The Toronto Police Services Board is doing an extensive independent review of the policing operation. An activist coalition is planning its own review. And there is a process to investigate each individual public complaint about police conduct.
With so much police behaviour already under the microscope, a full parliamentary, independent or judicial probe, as demanded by some, is not needed.
Saturday, July 17, 2010
I'm sure the people whose G20 stories are now being told will be satisfied now that The Globe and Mail has spoken: