Police

'Destination diversity'

'This report was developed to demonstrate the tremendous achievements by the Ontario Provincial Police, in support of diversity. It is not an all inclusive list, but outlines many of the efforts implemented by the OPP over the years including policy and program development, educational efforts, partnerships.'--Verso of t.p. Subject(s): Police - Ontario, Police-community relations - Ontario, Multiculturalism - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: June 27, 2013.

A Matter of Life and Death

Includes appendix. Includes bibliographical references. 'Our investigation found that Ontario officers have plenty of training on how to use their guns, but not enough on how to use their mouths. Their 'use of force' training is largely focused on the use of weapons, with very little on verbal tools that can help them calm down someone who is armed with a weapon and experiencing a crisis ...

A Matter of Life and Death

Includes appendix. Includes bibliographical references. 'Our investigation found that Ontario officers have plenty of training on how to use their guns, but not enough on how to use their mouths. Their 'use of force' training is largely focused on the use of weapons, with very little on verbal tools that can help them calm down someone who is armed with a weapon and experiencing a crisis ...

A Matter of Life and Death. (French content)

Includes appendix. Includes bibliographical references. 'Our investigation found that Ontario officers have plenty of training on how to use their guns, but not enough on how to use their mouths. Their 'use of force' training is largely focused on the use of weapons, with very little on verbal tools that can help them calm down someone who is armed with a weapon and experiencing a crisis ...

A Matter of Life and Death. (French content)

Includes appendix. Includes bibliographical references. 'Our investigation found that Ontario officers have plenty of training on how to use their guns, but not enough on how to use their mouths. Their 'use of force' training is largely focused on the use of weapons, with very little on verbal tools that can help them calm down someone who is armed with a weapon and experiencing a crisis ...

Crossing the line

Includes bibliographical references. Subject(s): Police - Records and correspondence - Access control - Ontario, Medical records - Access control - Ontario, Privacy, Right of - Ontario, Border security - United States. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Apr. 15, 2014.

Human Rights Project

A joint initiative to address policing and human rights issues by Windsor Police Service, Windsor Police Services Board, Ontario Human Rights Commission and Ontario Police College. Subject(s): Human rights - Ontario, Discrimination in law enforcement - Ontario - Windsor, Police - Selection and appointment - Ontario - Windsor

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