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Ombudsman in the News

 
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Session with OPUC should have been held in public
07-19-2016
 
Paul Dubé is walking in the hallway of his 10th floor Bay Street office when an older man wearing a plaid shirt suddenly approaches him. “Excuse me, sir, are you the ombudsman?” the man eagerly asks. “I have a case here.”
07-04-2016
 
Eight seconds. That’s all the time it took for cops to slam the door of their cruiser and proceed to shoot Michael MacIsaac, says his sister Joanne.
06-29-2016
 
TORONTO - Families of people killed by police are "hopeful" the Ontario government will act on an ombudsman's report calling for improved training in de-escalation techniques for officers who encounter people in crisis.
06-29-2016
 
Citing an “urgent need” for improvements to police training, Ontario’s Ombudsman is calling for the province to create a regulation requiring police to deescalate and use communications techniques in all possible conflict situations before resorting to force.
06-29-2016
 
Council was prepared to discuss the findings of Ontario ombudsman Paul Dube at its regular meeting Tuesday. However, two key players in the episode – CAO Keith Robicheau and clerk Andrew Grozelle – were not in attendance.
05-27-2016
 
Ontario’s Ombudsman has launched an inquiry into Brampton’s procurement practices but won't touch a controversial downtown development deal that has mired city hall in controversy since 2011.
05-25-2016
 
Procurement probe will be the first “systemic” municipal investigation under Paul Dubé’s new powers.
05-25-2016
 
Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé is right to call for a ban on the long-term solitary confinement of prison inmates.
05-12-2016
 
Ontario's ombudsman has urged the provincial government to stop putting inmates in segregation for longer than 15 days.
05-10-2016