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It appears a change is coming to the extra police powers announced as part of #Covid19  restrictions. According to the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police: "The measures announced yesterday will be modified." It says it's waiting to find out what those changes are.

“There’s just no justification for some of these,” said Jeff McGuire, executive director of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, which has been calling for greater latitude for chiefs to suspend officers since 2007. Story by @wendygillis 

@lucypoosallie  @SlolyServessays  in his statement that work will continue with the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police to advocate for amendments to the PSA to allow for suspension without pay for egregious misconduct/criminality. Full statement here:

"It shows very clearly that, especially at night, there may be some visibility issues," said a spokesperson with the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police.

New policy to be unveiled Friday at a gathering of senior members of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police.

"[It's] asking police officers to put aside part of their identity. You have to understand the police culture is all based on identity," says Joe Couto, spokesperson for the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police.

Dear Dan Kinsella, Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police celebrated your hire in Halifax with a tweet that read, 'We train them really well in Ontario.' But reports show that in Ontario Black people are shot 20x more likely to be shot by police. El Jones

The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police told CityNews the post was updated at the request of the executive search firm.

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