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February 9, 2018

Canada wide the police have the same complaint

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For the first time, service-issued mobile devices are being given to Toronto patrol officers in hopes of getting them out of their cruisers and back into the community. Until now, only some senior or specialized officers were equipped with cell phones. Many services still do not use cell phones, including the Ontario Provincial Police, and forces in London, and Durham and York region.

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Generally poorly managed, clearly money hungry ,Toronto Police has Overburdened staff and  the transformational  changes the  has increased members’ stress and anxiety.  It seems Canada wide the police have the same complaint, they want more money.   All of the Police Officers  are generally, supposedly of exemplary service ?

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Sgt. Jessica McInnis has an ongoing rights complaint against the Toronto police service board, police Chief Mark Saunders and specific officers, including her former police partner, Det. Mark Morris in a recent complaint to Ontario’s Human Rights Tribunal, complains of  Sexually explicit text messages and photos. Degrading remarks made in front of other officers. A “poisoned, sexist workplace environment.” The Toronto sergeant is  alleging she was sexually harassed by her former police partner is appealing to the union to pay her legal fees, anticipating a lengthy and pricey hearing at the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.Sgt. Jessica McInnis, an officer with nearly 20 years with the Toronto Police Service. To support her claims that she worked in a “poisoned, sexist” environment, Sgt. Jessica McInnis handed over a trove of text messages and group chats to Toronto police’s professional standards unit last year.   She is being penalized this week, docked eight hours’ pay for participating in the chats and failing to report them sooner, according to her lawyer. McInnis also alleges there is a “general culture of sexism” within 14 Division, an environment that discourages women targeted by sexist behaviour from coming forward, and has implications for public complainants. Jessica McInnis was docked eight hours’ pay for participating in text messages that she used in a complaint to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario about a “poisoned, sexist workplace environment.”

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The Toronto police professional standards unit is investigating after a 20-year veteran of the service allegedly became intoxicated while securing a home in which a dead body had been located.

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Two Toronto police officers have been suspended after allegedly  consuming  marijuana seized during a dispensary raid.  A Toronto Police Services  spokesperson confirmed that two officers from the midtown 13 Division are being investigated by the force’s professional standards unit, but wouldn’t reveal further details.  These Two police officers in Toronto, Canada, have been suspended after allegedly eating marijuana edibles on duty and suffering so badly from its effects that they called for backup, on themselves.  Toronto cop Const. Vittorio Dominelli, already suspended for being high on the job is facing another investigation, this time for allegedly using a police cruiser and fellow officer to create a Bollywood-style short video while on-duty. “While we hear from Toronto Police Association that police are short-staffed due to new city protocols and that calls aren’t being responded to, we have Dominelli and his partner using police equipment and on police time, to film this Bollywood short movie,”   It was unprofessional to use the police vehicles and uniforms.

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TORONTO – A disciplinary tribunal will weigh whether a Toronto police officer who had cocaine in his wallet should be demoted for a year and submitted to random drug tests.  Det.-Const. Kirk Blake pleaded guilty Monday to a misconduct charge under the Police Services Act.

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A man whose swimming goggles were confiscated by officers following a search of his backpack on the eve of the turbulent G20 summit in Toronto in 2010 is expected to testify Monday at the start of a hearing into his lawsuit in this matter against the city’s police oversight board.  Luke Stewart, of Kitchener, Ont., argues police officers assaulted and wrongfully detained him, violating several of his constitutional rights. He wants Superior Court to award him $100,000 in damages. “The plaintiff was unlawfully detained for 12 minutes,” his claim asserts. “The officers acted with malice and bad faith.”

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