Tuesday Sept. 17th oppose sham consulation on policing and get payed!!!!

15 Sep

Last year the OIPRD held a consultation on police complaints, with police “community members and others. From the onset it became clear to many in attendance that this forum had little
to do with dealing with issues of policing and alot to do with implementing there new model of policing based on legitimising an illegitimate process. Many communitty members opposed
this agenda and left in disgust when there voices were silenced. Below is an account of this.

http://32csminternational.blogspot.ca/2013/01/on-psni-influence-on-canadian-police.html#!/2013/01/on-psni-influence-on-canadian-police.html

Given the fact that there was widespread dissent and opposition to this agenda, for a whole year they have been trying to hold more consulatations
to waterdown there failure to implement there agenda. On the 17th they are holding another one, delaying the publication of there findings until they have enough bullshit to candy coat there agenda.
People should register attend and say what they think and oppose the implementation of this new model of policing.Below is the information about this event, and given the fact i have a pointless courtdate that day i cant attend but i encourage others to.
If i could register as James Connelly and get in Im sure others can do the same. By the way the give you honorariums for going. Oppose thius sham consulatation register and dissent.
Media Advisory
For Immediate Release
Toronto, ON – Scadding Court Community Centre (SCCC), in partnership with the University of
Waterloo, will host an expert panel to discuss the final report and recommendations from the
Ontario Police Complaints Forum held in November 2012.
The panel, “Future Directions for the Ontario Police Complaints System: Recommendations from
the Community, Police and Policy-makers”, will feature key speakers Tam Goossen, vice
president of the Urban Alliance on Race Relations; Chief Commissioner Barbara Hall of the
Ontario Human Rights Commission; Dr. Alok Mukherjee, chair of the Toronto Police Services
Board; and Professor Jennifer L. Schulenberg, University of Waterloo. The session will be
moderated by Ange Valentini, executive assistant to Toronto Councillor Adam Vaughan.
What: Future Directions for the Ontario Police Complaints System:
Recommendations from the Community, Police and Policy-makers
When: Tuesday, September 17, 2013, 10 a.m.
Where: Scadding Court Community Centre
707 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON
(At the corner of Bathurst & Dundas Street West intersection)
-30-
About Scadding Court Community Centre
SCCC is a multi-service agency offering a wide range of programs, services and opportunities
for people of all ages, and from all walks of life. This organization is known for high quality
social and recreational programming, particularly for children, youth, newcomers and people
with disabilities, and for progressive community and social development activities that extend
across the city. Learn more at http://www.scaddingcourt.org
About the University of Waterloo
In just half a century, the University of Waterloo, located at the heart of Canada’s technology
hub, has become one of Canada’s leading comprehensive universities with 35,000 full- and parttime
students in undergraduate and graduate programs. Waterloo, as home to the world’s
largest post-secondary co-operative education program, embraces its connections to the world
and encourages enterprising partnerships in learning, research and discovery. In the next
decade, the university is committed to building a better future for Canada and the world by
championing innovation and collaboration to create solutions relevant to the needs of today and
tomorrow. For more information about Waterloo, please visit http://www.uwaterloo.ca
MEDIA CONTACTS:
Alina Chatterjee, Scadding Court Community Centre: alina@scaddingcourt.org, 647.203.1327
Pamela Smyth, University of Waterloo: psmyth@uwaterloo.ca, 519.888.4777; cell: 519.573.1663

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