Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 1:15 PM ET

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 1:15 PM ET

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National Audio 1:15 PM ET

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NAT091 - (Ont-Police-Reforms) TORONTO. x-12s. Ontario is making sweeping changes to its policing laws, including strengthening oversight of the system and making it possible to suspend officers without pay. The changes are contained in legislation being introduced today. Community Safety and Correctional Services Minister Marie-France Lalonde says they include the first update to the Police Services Act in more than 25 years. ("..your cellphone.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: Many of the policing updates stem from Appeal Court Justice Michael Tulloch's report on police oversight, including requiring the Special Investigations Unit to report publicly on all of its investigations and release the names of officers charged.

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NAT092 - (Ont-Police-Reforms) TORONTO. x-15s. Ontario is making sweeping changes to its policing laws, including strengthening oversight of the system and making it possible to suspend officers without pay. …

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