The Toronto Police Services, Public Oversight, Protecting the People

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The Toronto Police Services, Public Oversight, Protecting the People
In 1998 the Toronto Police Services (TPS) arrested Christopher Quigley. After his interrogation Quigley charged his arresting officers with criminal assault after they beat him while he was in their custody. In July 2010, a member of a civilian board with the charge of overseeing the TPS announced that an investigation would be undertaken into complaints of police misconduct in the treatment of civilians during their protest of the G20 meeting, held in Toronto June 26-27, 2010. In the intervening years, the Toronto police have been accused of using warrants to steal from criminals, lied or otherwise sought to cover up their crimes, and failed to follow procedures, in...
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