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Ontario direction to police on de-escalation


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Ontario direction to police on de-escalation

Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services

Date: 06-29-2016

Investigation into the direction provided to police by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services for de-escalating conflict situations. On the day the report was released, the Minister announced that all 22 recommendations were accepted and will be implemented.

Report released June 29, 2016.

Cover of report, A Matter of Life and DeathRead the report: 
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Ombudsman urges province to ensure police are trained in de-escalation (Press release - June 29, 2016)
Ombudsman's remarks (June 29, 2016) (accessible PDF)
Facts and highlights (accessible PDF)







 
Watch Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services David Orazietti's response to the Ombudsman's report, in which he accepts all 22 recommendations: 

 


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