Respect for Toronto Citizens???
The public doesn’t know how Chief Bill Blair handled dozens of allegations of non-cooperation with the SIU, as the board keeps that information secret.
Little secret: The board has the power to make the chief’s reports public.
Blair’s stance and the secrecy of the Toronto Police is not acceptable after the G20. They clearly demonstrated their anti-democratic, pro corporate bias, as well as a pattern of cover ups and lying. This just shows that the G20 was not an exception, but a public display of a very troubled organization that no longer deserves public trust or support.The police work for the public!
MORE HORROR TO THE STORY:
More than 100 letters sent by Scott to Chief Bill Blair allege that officers repeatedly violated their legal duty to co-operate with the provincial watchdog.
TIME TO SEEK ACCOUNTABILITY FROM THE BOARD:
The Toronto Police Service’s Special Investigation Unit is investigating the shooting of a 34 year old man by police on the 4th floor of an apartment building at 177 Mutual St, near Gerrard and Church, at around 2 AM Saturday Nov. 30.
According to CBC’s Charlsie Agro, other tenants say that the man was armed only with a fire extinguisher when police opened fire.
The building is owned by Myrmex Non Profit Housing.
A Toronto Police Service officer has been arrested and charged.
It is alleged that:
– on Monday, December 2, 2013, at approximately 4 a.m., police responded to a single-car collision on the Fred Gardiner Expressway, east of Dufferin Street
– the driver of the vehicle was arrested and charged
Constable Enis Egeli, 26, with 4 years of service, is attached to 13 Division.
He is charged with:
1) Impaired Driving
2) Over 80 mg Operation
The officer was off duty at the time of the incident.
TORONTO COP WATCH encourage Toronto Citizens to attend the hearing , He is scheduled to appear in court at Old City Hall, on Tuesday, January 14, 2013, in room 111, at 9 a.m.
LOCAL “COP WATCH” saved the life of a Toronto Citizen !! Corner of Shutter,,, Pembroke St and Sherbourne Ave
9:45 am 51 division, attempt to arrest a man on a bike on Pembrooke St…Dundas St
The street fellow .. white being chased by T.P.S officers whom are all white..the intercepted the bike with the cruiser… and the young man fell off bike..An officer got off the cruise and was running after the guy who was yelling and , screaming . what did I do wrong???. The police officer went for his holster to remove his gun, Our concerned citizen made a loud comment to the officer.. Do not draw your gun!!! you are being recorded!! the Police officer stoped and then another cop came… and two (2) other officers and took the man down and arrest ( see pics)
When they were putting on the car.. this what I said….I saw you almost draw your fireman. and cop put his hands up I bear witness and put my finger on my camera ..Yes..straight back to you….
Folks … keep those cameras rolling.. we need to save lives and make the T.P.S accountable for their crimes.
New video has surfaced.. http://youtu.be/dFYBoa-QeVo
Concerned Torontonias sharing this important news:
Tonight at Spadina Station .. a woman in crisis is put on the back of a T.T.C special constable vehicle.. the MCIT’s are totally absent.. T.T.C and T.P.S failed to call for the MCIT to deal with a woman in crisis at a Subway Station.. Shame!!!
What is the Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT)
The MCIT is a partnership program between St. Michael’s Hospital and Toronto Police Divisions 51 and 52. The program partners a mental health professional and a police officer who respond to 911 emergency and police dispatch calls involving emotionally disturbed persons, from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. seven days a week. The area they respond to includes Bloor to the Lakeshore and Spadina to the Don Valley.
To contact the team: