TORONTO, June 28, 2012 /CNW/ - The G20 Review has completed its final
Please click here to read the full report.
The Honourable John W. Morden will be presenting the report's
conclusions and recommendations to the Toronto Police Services Board
("the Board") on Friday, June 29, 2012 at 10:00 am EST at Toronto
Police Service Headquarters. The presentation will include a statement
by Mr. Morden regarding his report followed by a question period with
Ryan Teschner, Review Counsel.
The recommendations within the report include an open exchange of
information, increased consultation, and a directive to set appropriate
objectives, priorities, and policies for major events, operations, and
organizationally-significant issues between the Board and the Toronto
About the Review
The Independent Civilian Review into Matters Relating to the G20 Summit
was launched on September 23, 2010 by the Toronto Police Services
Board. The Review examined issues concerning the role the Board played
with respect to the policing of the G20 Summit that was held in Toronto
on June 25-27, 2010. It also examined the role played by the Toronto
Police Service during the G20 Summit, with a view to determining
whether the plans developed and implemented were adequate and effective
for policing of the Summit. The Board appointed the Honourable John W.
Morden, a former Associate Chief Justice of Ontario, to conduct the
Review and provide a report and recommendations.
For more information about the G20 Review, including access to the final
report and Executive Summary, please visit g20review.ca
SOURCE Independent Civilian Review Into Matters Relating to the G20 Summit
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