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Ontario Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth - Annual Report 2014 | 2015

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Just Released: Annual Report 2015

 

Today, I am pleased to share my Office’s latest Annual Report, which recounts our work with young people and our partners over the past 12 months. Our Annual Report provides an opportunity for reflection and recognition as we look back on our many accomplishments in supporting and elevating the voices of young people across our mandate.

Community Development Advisor

Employer: 
Office Of The Provincial Advocate For Children And Youth
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Position type: 
Full-time
Application deadline: 
Tuesday, December 15, 2015
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New Job Posting at the Advocate's Office!

 

Please see below for an employment opportunity with the Advocate's Office.

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 93, November 30, 2015.

This Bulletin is published by the Toronto Police Accountability Coalition (TPAC), a group of individuals and organizations in Toronto interested in police policies and procedures, and in making police more
accountable to the community they are committed to serving. Our website is http://www.tpac.ca
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In this issue:
1. Carding: draft regulations
2. Amending the Police Services Act
3. Diverting youth from the criminal justice system
4. The 2015 police operating budget

Final Call: Spots Still Available - Know Where We Stand: Navigating City Properties - North York

Final Workshop for 2015!

City of Toronto's Community Crisis Response Program and Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN) are pleased to offer a free workshop :

 

Know Where We Stand - Navigating City Properties

Where:  Fairview Library, 35 Fairview Drive North York - 4th Floor (See flyer for more details)

Time:  9:30 am - 4:00 pm

 

Toronto police urged to stop immigration 'status checks'

Posted November 24, 2015

Article Source Toronto Star

 

Toronto police regularly initiate contacts with Canadian border officials to check on people's immigration status in violation of Toronto Council's Sanctuary City policy, a new study claims.

Hamilton Police carded the same aboriginal woman 14 times in 1 year

Posted November 24, 2015

Article Source Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)

 

A 25-year-old aboriginal woman was stopped on the street by Hamilton police in 2012. And then she was stopped again. And again. The same woman was stopped 14 times throughout the year.

In 2013, a 29-year-old black man was "street checked" 13 times.

In 2010, a man, considered by officers to be of Middle Eastern descent, was stopped and questioned nine times.

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