TPAC
Toronto Police Accountability Coalition
 

Bulletins

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 104, June 12, 2017.   

June 12 2017

1. Getting police out of schools
2. The Board refuses to debate marijuana
3. Pre-charge screening needed in Ontario

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 103, May 8, 2017.   

May 08 2017

1. Disappointing report on police oversight
2. Desmond Cole cuts the issue, again
3. The illusive changes to the Police Services Act

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 102, March 10, 2017.   

March 10 2017

1. Unfounded
2. Maybe not the Way Forward
3. Ottawa officer charged with manslaughter

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 101, January 11, 2017   

January 11 2017

In this Bulletin:
1. A new report on police and mental health
2. Status of `Matter of Life and Death Report
3. The delay in buying more tasers
4. Police budget goes to City Council
5. Women in the Toronto police force
6. Police unions and the thick blue line

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 100, October 20, 2016.   

October 20 2016

1. The Boards shenanigans
2. TPAC brief on police oversight

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 99, October 13, 2016.   

October 13 2016

1. The Chief recommends tasers for all Toronto officers
2. The 2017 police budget reveals little about police plans
3. Body cameras: wasted money
4. TPAC brief on strip searches
5. RCMP and sexual harassment against women

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 98, June 29, 2016.   

June 29 2016

1. The Transformational Task Force report
2. Chief supports safe drug injections sites
3. Apologizing for the bath house raids

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 97, June 8, 2016.   

June 08 2016

1. Transformational Task Force
2. Body Cameras
3. Implementing the new carding regulation
4. Reviewing police oversight agencies
and also
5. Relying on the tried and untrue explanations

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 96, April 29, 2016.   

April 28 2016

1. G20 class action suit proceeds
2. Trusting police officers to tell the truth
3. New carding regulation
4. Tasers back on the Toronto agenda
5. Police Pay
6. Body cameras for Toronto police?

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 95, March 21, 2016.   

March 21 2016

1. The six page police budget for 2016
2. Transformational Task Force established
3. Police Service Act consultations
4. More police shootings in Toronto
5. Waiting for the regulations on carding

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 94, February 3, 2016.   

February 03 2016

1. The police pot of gold
2. Buying new Colt Carbines
3. The challenge of bringing basic change to the police service
4. Forcillo convicted
5. Officers charged with perjury

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 93, November 30, 2015.   

November 30 2015

1. Carding: draft regulations
2. Amending the Police Services Act
3. Diverting youth from the criminal justice system
4. The 2015 police operating budget
5. Police violence
6. New member of Police Services Board

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 92, September 11, 2015.   

September 11 2015

In this issue:
1. The carding consultations
2. Police activity in the G20 still an issue
3. Police Services Act consultations
4. The tender bullet scenario
5. Not learning when police kill
6. Province reduces TAVIS funding to Toronto

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 91, June 29, 2015.   

June 29 2015

1. Mayor reverses his position on carding
2. The province intervenes in carding
3. Law suit challenges carding
4. Chair of Toronto Police Services Board resigns
5. Clearing up clearance reports
6. Youth pre-trial diversion strategy requested
7. Maybe a new study on strip searches

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 90, May 7, 2015.   

May 07 2015

In this issue:
1. New chief for Toronto
2. Once again, carding
3. The new four year contract for Toronto police

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 89, March 18, 2015   

March 18 2015

In this Bulletin:
1. A dysfunctional police board
2. Stopping Carding stalls, again
3. Lapel camera pilot project proceeds
4. Encrypting police radios
5. Tasers in the GTA
6. Strip search discussion frustrated
7. Pan Am Games security
8. Occasional name tags
9. TPACer honoured

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 88, January 9, 2015.   

January 09 2015

1. Carding and civilian control of the police
2. New policy on how police deal with those in mental crisis
3. Reconsidering the Safe Streets Act
4. Legislation expected on release of non-conviction records
5. Toronto Police issue many fewer traffic tickets in 2014
6. The next chief of police for Toronto is &
7. A class action suit on the G20 moves forward

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 87, November 20, 2014.   

November 20 2014

In this issue:
1. The community evaluation of the carding program
2. Replacing Bill Blair as chief
3. Police operating budget for 2015
4. Bargaining with the Police Association
5. Police misconduct web site

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 86, September 8, 2014.   

September 08 2014

1. Questions on policing to mayoralty candidates
2. Bill Blair to be replaced as chief
3. Recruiting officers who know Toronto
4. Body cameras
5. The negative impact of police stops

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 85, July 30, 2014   

July 31 2014

1. Questioning the candidates for mayor
2. New carding data
3. The disappointing Iacobucci report
4. More thinking on guns
5. The carding `satisfaction survey

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 84, June 26, 2014.   

June 26 2014

1. Cavoukian sues Toronto police for disclosing mental illness information
2. Non-conviction information released by Toronto Police
3. Restricting police guns
4. Strip searches
5. TAVIS and the downtown east side
6. Ideas about the police?

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 83, May 6, 2014.   

May 06 2014

In this issue:
1. Carding ends, "community contacts" begin
2. Finalizing the new policy
3. Privacy Commissioner on police use of mental health records
4. Reducing police expenditures

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 82, April 2, 2014.   

April 01 2014

Special Bulletin on Carding
1. Toronto Police Services Board special meeting on carding
2. TPACs position
3. Controlling carding: a brief history
4. Frank Addarios advice to the Board

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 81, March 10, 2014.   

March 10 2014

1. Iacobucci Review of Lethal Use of Force
2. Ministrys study on police and those in mental crisis
3. Coroners jury recommendations on three killed by Toronto police
4. OPPs racial profiling of immigrants
5. The cost of learning how many cops Toronto needs
6. How the Ministry decided to expand taser use
7. Again, hope about limiting strip searches
8. Police releasing information for clearance letters
9. Chief Blair and his future

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 80, December 11, 2013.   

December 18 2013

1. Carding: a step forward?
2. Officers killed on duty
3. Another police shooting
4. Business Plan for next three years
5. Public perceptions of Toronto police
6. The `right number of officers
7. Tasers, no news
8. Keeping the 2014 Police Operating Budget secret
9. Link to Toronto Police Services Board meeting

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 79, October 31, 2013.   

October 31 2013

1. Public says NO to more Tasers
2. Trying to make carding more likeable
3. Toronto Police Operating Budget, 2014 edition
4. Investigating Sammy Yatims death
5. The SIU annual report

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 78, September 12, 2013   

September 12 2013

1. Expanding the use of conducted energy weapons (CEWs) in Ontario
2. Toronto Board holds public meeting on CEWs
3. Board distances itself from Sammy Yatim case
4. The new neighbourhood policing, details
5. Chief Blair and the SIU
6. The trap of not getting bail

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 77, August 1, 2013.   

August 01 2013

The death of Sammy Yatim

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 76, June 27, 2013.   

June 27 2013

1. Carding update
2. Police chases
3. Paying police well
4. Neighbourhood officers in Toronto
5. Another man with mental illness killed

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 75, May 15, 2013.   

May 15 2013

1. Street checks continue
2. Police response to those with mental health issues
3. Missing the opportunity to issue clearance letters
4. The Police Board says it is getting tough
5. Hearing on police integrity standards
6. Strip searches

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 74, March 25, 2013.   

March 25 2013

1. How many police officers does Toronto need?
2. Street checks  a.k.a. carding  continue
3. Quota-driven policing
4. Suspension with and without pay
5. Not notifying the SIU
6. Its a well-paid organization

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 73, January 28, 2013.   

January 28 2013

1. Carding questions continue
2. Stop-and-Frisk ruled unconstitutional
3. The real world of TAVIS
4. Sentencing police officers
5. How many officers does Toronto need?

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 72, November 24, 2012   

November 24 2012

1. Carding and receipts create distance between the Board and the Chief
2. Police 2013 operating budget  flat-lined?
3. Charles Roach dies
4. Reviewing police record checks
5. G20 issues continue

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 71, September 27, 2012.   

September 27 2012

In this issue:
1. Changing the carding policy of Toronto police.
2. The personal information released by police
3. Police drones and the future
4. Were Toronto police effective in reducing shootings this summer?
5. Expanding the police boards role

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No.70, August 11, 2012   

August 10 2012

1. The Police Board reacts to Mordens G20 Review
2. Letter to sign responding to G20 reports
3. Carding, the next step
4. Once more with feeling: more police are the answer
5. Clearance letter policy review

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 69, July 11, 2012.   

July 11 2012

1. Two reports on the G20
2. Recommendations to support on G20 activities
3. Toronto drug squad officers convicted
4. Holding police accountable to the Special Investigation Unit
5. July 17 public meeting

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 68, May 1, 2012.   

May 01 2012

1. Police Board, not responding to persons with mental illness
2. How the SIU investigated Michael Eligons death
3. New member of police board
4. Truth in the court room

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 67, April 12, 2012.   

April 15 2012

1. The Police Board moves to control racial profiling
2. The letter carrier and the police officer
3. Police and those on mental crisis
4. Editorializing about police funding
5. Strip search class action in British Columbia


Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 66, February 9, 2012.   

February 09 2012

1. Another death at police hands
2. A better police approach to those in mental crisis
3. OIPRD says theres not much to complain about
4. Not fixing the RCMP

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 65, December 1, 2011.   

December 01 2011

1. Judicial findings of misconduct
2. Police 2012 operating budget
3. Making a deputation before the Toronto Police Services Board
4. Occupy Toronto
5. C-10, the Omnibus Crime Bill
6. Service Efficiency Study of Toronto Police
7. Paying for the G20 Review

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 64, on Strip Searches, November 21, 2011.   

November 21 2011

Special Bulletin on Strip Searches
1. Uncovering the Toronto Police policy on strip searches
2. Toronto Police service Search of Persons policy
3. Appendix B of the policy, Risk Assessment
4. Supreme Court of Canada decision, R v. Golden
5. Some problems with the Toronto Police policy

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 63, September 28, 2011.   

September 28 2011

1. We can improve Toronto Policing! An October 18 forum
2. Death on Bloor Street
3. Reviewing strip search policy
4. Refusing to promote badge-less G20 officers
5. What cuts to the police budget?
6. Too many police?

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 62, July 25, 2011.   

July 25 2011

1. Latest figures on Toronto strip searches
2. Presenting to the G20 Review, and responding to questions
3. Police Boards: training and oversight
4. TPACs policing forum
5. Collective agreement approved
6. Wheres that name badge?
7. The Chief reviews police activities at the G20

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 61, May 20, 2011   

May 20 2011

1. The Toronto police collective agreement: missing the obvious
2. TPAC policing forum
3. The secret public meetings
4. The high cost of being accused of police misconduct
5. G20 review hearings

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 60, May 5, 2011.   

May 05 2011

1. Rethinking Toronto police: a public forum
2. The cost of paying suspended police officers
3. Strip search proposal at Board
4. Standing in the way of informed police boards
5. Sexual harassment within the Hamilton police force
6. Police document many during G20 meeting
7. Proposed changes to rules around the SIU
8. Paid duty system: the city auditor reports

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 59, March 18, 2011.   

March 18 2011

1. Reporting on the G20
a) Breach of the Peace
b) The Boards review
2. Trying to get strip searches on the public agenda
3. Buying more cameras
4. Taser use 2010
5. Police ignore SIU probes

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 58, February 1, 2011.   

February 01 2011

1. Reducing the size of the Toronto police force
2. Death of Sergeant Ryan Russell
3. Making crisis intervention work
4. A 10th birthday for TPAC

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 57, November 29, 2010.   

November 30 2010

1. G20 update
a) SIU investigation
b) OIPRD Review
c) CCLA hearings
d) Legal actions
e) G20 detainees still in jail
2. More video cameras on the street?
3. Starving prisoners in court
4. OIPRD`s first year

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 56, October 20, 2010.   

October 20 2010

1. G20 update
a) Class action law suit
b) Police activity continues
c) Reviewing police actions
d) Police action on G20 arrests
e) Speaking out politically
2. Another police killing in Toronto
3. `Police in Canada, the real story

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin, No. 55, September 17, 2010.   

September 17 2010

1. Ten weeks after the G20, and waiting
2. Keith Forde retires
3. Another police killing in Toronto
4. Striking out on racial profiling, again
5. Professional standards
6. A short and snappy policing agenda

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin, No. 54, June 21, 2010.   

June 22 2010

1. Police accountability and the G20
2. Long gun registry data
3. SIU and the obligation to do reasonable investigations

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 53, May 19, 2010.   

May 19 2010

1. Two recent Toronto deaths
2. Making sure the evidence fits
3. Taser use in Toronto
4. The G20 meeting and police consolidation
5. Assessing the Human Rights project

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 52, March 12, 2010.   

March 12 2010

1. Racial profiling in Toronto
2. Building on budget cuts
3. A leisurely study into corruption issues
4. Coroners jury says stop shooting at cars

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 51, January 29, 2010.   

January 29 2010

1. Corruption trials off the rails
2. Duty pay
3. The chair on the high costs of policing
4. TTC special constables to evolve into police officers?




Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 50, December 7, 2009.   

December 07 2009

1. More on police in schools
2. 2010 police budget
3. Compressed work week, new schedule?
4. New complaints procedures in Ontario
5. New rules for tasers

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 49, October 7, 2009.   

October 07 2009

In this issue:
1. Police in Toronto schools
2. Braidwood Inquiry on tasers
3. Silence on police brawl
4. New head of Police Association
5. Complaints office to open
6. Police compensation



Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 48, June 15, 2009.   

June 15 2009

1. A fine police brawl
2. Fine tuning rules about police complaints
3. Six more years for Chief Bill Blair
4. The short-sightedness of tough sentencing

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 47, May 11, 2009   

May 11 2009

1. Police Officers in Schools  TPACs letter
2. The effectiveness, or not, of police cameras
3. Crime stats across the country
4. Schertzer case appealed
5. Love those Danish police

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 46, March 26, 2009.   

March 26 2009

1. Brief to Independent Police Review Organization
2. Police making bigger bucks
3. Toronto police budget, letter to city council
4. Law Enforcement Accountability Project
5. Status quo on Tasers
6. Toronto Life documents the Schertzer case


Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 45, February 9, 2009   

February 09 2009

1. Making police data public
2. Policing Toronto subways
3. The release of non-crime information
4. Minor charges clog courts



Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 44, January 14, 2009   

January 14 2009

1. The future of policing for Toronto?
2. Testing TASERS
3. Toronto 2009 police operating budget
4. Vaughan joins Police Board
5. Salary settlement

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 43, November 2008   

November 03 2008

In this issue:
1. Province pours millions into Toronto police force
2. Police in Schools
3. Taser reporting
4. SIU report
5. Environmental Scan

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 42, June 30, 2008   

July 02 2008

1. What about those guns?
2. Moving backwards on sexual assaults
3. Waiting for changes to the police complaints mechanism
4. Police in schools

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 41, April 15, 2008   

April 15 2008

1. Torontos TASER protocol
2. Expanding the Mobile Crisis Intervention Teams
3. Impressive police salaries

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 40, March 6, 2008   

March 05 2008

1. Taser news  a delay or a victory?
2. Death in a park
3. Police checks and providing information for employers
4. Not getting data on what police do
5. Police and kids in the park



Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 39, January 21, 2008   

January 21 2008

In this issue:
1. Forum on Tasers, February 6
2. Taser International comes to Toronto
3. Police shift work to shift?
4. Dealing with perpetrators of woman abuse




Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 38, November 29, 2007.   

November 29 2007

In this issue:
1. Taser problems
2. Missing the taser alternative, again
3. 2008 police budget
4. The police chief writes his story
5. Intersection watch

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 37, September 27, 2007   

September 27 2007

1. Counting the guns in Toronto
2. Personal information released by police
3. Police Association challenges name tags
4. Crime as a provincial election issue
5. Taking home big pay
6. Latest crime statistics in Canada - crime is down
7. A public forum on policing?

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 36, June 28, 2007   

June 28 2007

1. The Ontario Ombudsman reviews the SIU
2. Fantino speaks his mind, and the investigation begins
3. Truth not Tasers
4. Lets not debate police issues
5. Searching for head of new complaints agency

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 35, May 14, 2007   

May 14 2007

1. The problem of police records
2. Non-transparency
3. Increasing user of tasers in Toronto
4. Breaking the bank on cameras

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 34, February 21, 2007   

February 21 2007

1. Police Complaints Bill 103 at Committee
2. The sorry state of police complaints in British Columbia
3. Closing the information door at police headquarters
4. Police have a hand in appointing judges
5. Colliding police cars

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 33, January 8, 2007   

January 08 2007

Special issue on Bill 103, the proposed police complaints process
1. Public hearings on Bill 103
2. Commentary on Bill 103

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 32, Dec. 20, 2006.   

December 20 2006

1. Bill 103, a new police complaints commission
2. A new police program: 25 and out
3. Corruption charges within the Toronto Police Force
4. 2007 police budget
5. Policing the RCMP

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 31, Sept 29, 2006   

September 29 2006

1. Questions for municipal candidates
2. Toronto Police force expands
3. The danger of complaining about police activity
4. Ending the suspension payout
5. Race and police use of force

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 30, July 28, 2006   

July 28 2006

1. Ending Racial Profiling
2. Name Badges or Not?
3. Leadership of the Police Association

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 29, May 24, 2006   

May 24 2006

1. Taser use increases
2. Hiring a police force that looks like Toronto
3. Its hard being on camera
4. Out of jail and onto the street

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 28   

April 27 2006

1. The new Police Complaints Process
2. Small Claims Court Justice
3. Fencing them in
4. Updates: the Wyann Ruso and Jeffrey Reodica cases
5. Reviewing Civilian Oversight

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 27   

March 17 2006

1. Police horses
2. Targeted TAVIS
3. Taser use in Toronto
4. A policy to reduce strip searches
5. Political Police in Ottawa
6. Wyann Ruso settlement

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 26   

February 08 2006

1. Ending gun violence?
2. Some figures on death by guns
3. TPAs continuing confrontational tone
4. Alarming strip search figures in Toronto
5. Wanted: a new complaints procedure

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 25   

December 22 2005

1. Large increase in police budget
2. Moving slowly on racial profiling
3. The unnoticed pepper spray
4. The case for Wyann Ruso

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 24   

November 28 2005

1. Board/Association Labour Settlement
2. Helicopters for the Police?
3. Whatever happened to the Lesage recommendations?
4. New City of Toronto legislation
5. Gun violence and youth in Toronto
6. Wyann Rusos wait

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 23   

October 21 2005

1. Toronto police force grows again
2. New strip search policy
3. Data bites from the police
4. Police officer convicted of assault
5. Job action

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 22   

September 26 2005

1. Gun violence in Toronto and public response
2. Police spending set to increase  again
3. SIU Annual Report
4. Strip Search, the mystery
5. Better Policing for Toronto seminar: a summary

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 21   

July 22 2005

1. Better Policing for Toronto  a day-long seminar
2. British Government restricts use of tasers
3. Towards a new police complaints system
4. New Provincial appointee to the Toronto Police Service Board

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 20   

May 25 2005

1. Domestic Violence and the police response
2. Police Complaints Report: status
3. The unmade appointment
4. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 19   

April 27 2005

1. New police leadership comes only from within
2. Settling legal claims for a pretty penny
3. The tragic fate of suffering a mental crisis in public
4. LeSage recommendations on police complaints
5. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 18   

March 16 2005

1. The next Toronto Chief of Police
2. Two police approaches to people in crisis
3. Name Badges for Toronto Police
4. Finally a Better Strip Search Policy
5. Well Paid Police
6. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 17   

February 25 2005

1. Second thoughts on strip searches
2. Will the Board buy 500 Tasers?
3. Sexual assault
4. Up and Out for the Chief
5. Community Statement concerning the expected LeSage recommendations
6. Blink: high speed chases and more
7. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 16   

January 24 2005

1. Failures in Sexual Assault investigations, again
2. Police-related deaths
3. Vacancies at the top
4. Mandatory testing for officers in high risk positions
5. Subscribe to the Bulletin.

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 15   

December 01 2004

1. Prospects for the new Toronto Police Services Board
2. TASERS on hold
3. A new commitment to community policing?
4. Policing priorities in Toronto
5. 2005 police budget
6. Welcome new appointment to OCCOPS
7. Most recent police statistics
8. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 14   

November 01 2004

1. Making community policing a priority
2. The Police Board evolves
3. .Appointing a new chief
4. Nameless in T.O.
5. Police database off-base
6. An Office of the Citizen Advisor?
7. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 13   

September 01 2004

1. Police and Demonstrations: Complaint Validated
2. The continuing Fantino saga
3. Limited Freedom-of-Police-Information
4. Review of strip search policy
5. A Black police woman speaks out
6. TPAC Survey

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 12   

June 01 2004

1. Chief Fantino's contract not renewed
2. Board chair announces resignation
3. Police Complaints Review Begins
4. Public Meeting: "Recreation or Incarceration?"
5. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 11   

May 01 2004

1. Corruption Allegations in the Police Force
2. Public meeting in June: Recreation or Incarceration?
3. The Cost of Strip Searches
4. Chief Fantino's comments on Sex Offenders
5. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 10   

April 01 2004

1. Change and status quo at the Toronto Police Services Board
2. Strip Searches on the Agenda Again
3. Small Changes to Police Budget
4. Police Transparency
5. Police Complaints
6. Hiring a new Deputy Chief
7. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 9   

March 01 2004

1. Slowly uncovering the police budget
2. OCCOPS finds Gardner in breach of code of conduct
3. Defining a new complaints mechanism
4. Better ways of identifying police officers
5. Judge Ferguson's report finally public
6. Looking for police leadership - latest draft

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 8   

February 01 2004

1. Looking for a Chief, a draft for comment
2. New York crime declines as the number of officers decrease
3. Making public the detailed police budget
4. Mayor Miller's plan for community safety
5. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 7   

January 01 2004

1. The new Board chair and the reality of police culture
2. Central Field Command Drug Squad Controversy
3. Former Board Chair's hearing into discreditable conduct
4. Chief's employment contract in contention
5. Another mentally disturbed person killed by Toronto police
6. A decision on police endorsing political candidates
7. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 6   

December 01 2003

1. Reviewing the Police Budget
2. Creating a useful police complaints system
3. New Police Board members
4. Racial profiling - again
5. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 5   

November 01 2003

1. Civilian oversight of the police
2. Strengthening the Toronto Police Service Board
3. Police and mental health issues
4. More on political endorsements by the Police Association
5. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 4   

October 01 2003

1. Police intervene politically
2. Police Board responds to racial profiling
3. Recent police statistics
4. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 3   

September 01 2003

1. No-tech confessions
2. Kingston police collect racial data
3. Toronto Police Service Board without Gardner
4. Reflections of one Toronto Police Services Board member
5. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 2   

June 01 2003

1. Chair of Police Services Board steps aside
2. Auditing the Sexual Assault Audit - by Jane Doe
3. Book Review: "The Story of Jane Doe"
4. Policing data for Toronto
5. Subscribe to the Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 1   

May 01 2003

1. A dysfunctional Toronto Police Service Board
2. A Fresh Step for Policing
3. Policing demonstrations
4. Subscribe to this Bulletin

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 71, September 27, 2012.   

In this issue:
1. Changing the carding policy of Toronto police.
2. The personal information released by police
3. Police drones and the future
4. Were Toronto police effective in reducing shootings this summer?
5. Expanding the police boards role