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2012 TPS G20 After Action Review

2012 TPS G20 After Action Review

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2011 TPS Toronto Police Service After-Action Review G20 Summit, Toronto, Ontario June 2010

2011 TPS Toronto Police Service After-Action Review G20 Summit, Toronto, Ontario June 2010

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G20 SummitToronto, OntarioJune 2010Toronto Police Service After-Action ReviewJune 2011
 
Toronto Police Service 2
Message from Chief William Blair
On June 29, 2010, I announced that a report would be prepared on the actions of the TorontoPolice Service during the G20 Summit, focusing on what we did and how we did it. I felt it wasessential we take a comprehensive look at what went well and what did not.We are fully accountable to the people of Toronto. Whatever other reviews are underway, andwe are cooperating fully with all of them, we owe it to the people we are sworn to serve andprotect to take a hard look at ourselves. There are many questions about Summit events inToronto last June. The people of this city are entitled to ask tough questions, and they have. Wemust do our best to answer those questions.We must always strive to learn. We must look to the future, to large public-order events inToronto, to see how we can respond to constantly evolving challenges. I have no doubt thisreport will also benefit law-enforcement agencies elsewhere in Canada and abroad.I must take this opportunity to commend the men and women who came together, from 26police agencies, with a fraction of the normal planning time, to face challenges unprecedentedin Toronto’s history. The overwhelming majority of them responded magnificently, very oftenfacing danger and extreme provocation. I am proud of them.I also want to recognize TPS members who were responsible for planning such a massiveoperation. They were faced with huge logistical challenges. They had much less time to preparethan policing colleagues elsewhere in the world, yet they did a superb job, ensuring structuresand supplies were in place. Their contribution was enormous.Last June, we saw levels of violence we had never seen before in Toronto. People came to theG20 Summit, not to engage in debate or discussion or demonstrations, but to infiltrate lawful,peaceful protests, and use them as cover to commit vandalism and violence.The policing challenges of facilitating those very large, lawful, peaceful protests while, at thesame time, arresting those who chose violence and destruction, were immense.This report takes a hard look at what happened. Many things we did very well. Some things wedid not. I am confident that we can work very effectively with those members of our communitieswho are committed to an evidence-based examination of the Summit events of last June.William Blair, O.O.M.Chief of Police
 
Toronto Police Service 3
Table of Contents
MESSAGE FROM CHIEF WILLIAM BLAIR................................................................................2
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS...............................................................................................................3
 
FOREWORD.................................................................................................................................5
 
1. GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY..................................................................8
 
1.1
 
I
NTERDICTION
Z
ONE
..............................................................................................................8
 
1.2
 
O
UTER
Z
ONE
........................................................................................................................8
 
1.3
 
T
HE
PATH
 
S
YSTEM
...............................................................................................................8
 
2. OPERATIONAL CHRONOLOGY.............................................................................................9
 
2.1
 
F
RIDAY
,
 
J
UNE
18
TO
T
HURSDAY
,
 
J
UNE
24..............................................................................9
 
2.2
 
B
LACK
B
LOC
T
ACTICS
.........................................................................................................10
 
2.3
 
F
RIDAY
,
 
J
UNE
25,
 
2010.......................................................................................................10
 
2.4
 
S
ATURDAY
,
 
J
UNE
26,
 
2010..................................................................................................14
 
2.5
 
S
UNDAY
,
 
J
UNE
27,
 
2010
 
 – 
 
E
ARLY
M
ORNING
H
OURS
............................................................27
 
2.6
 
S
UNDAY
,
 
J
UNE
27,
 
2010.....................................................................................................27
 
2.7
 
S
UMMARY
...........................................................................................................................31
 
3. THE INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM............................................................................33
 
3.1
 
T
HE
I
NTEGRATED
S
ECURITY
U
NIT
........................................................................................33
 
4. PLANNING.............................................................................................................................35
 
4.1
 
F
INANCE
&
 
A
DMINISTRATION
................................................................................................35
 
4.2
 
L
OGISTICS
,
 
S
TAGING AND
P
RISONER
P
ROCESSING
F
ACILITY
................................................36
 
4.3
 
L
OGISTICS
...........................................................................................................................37
 
4.4
 
C
OMMUNICATIONS
...............................................................................................................37
 
5. TRAINING...............................................................................................................................38
 
5.1
 
P
RIMARY
R
ESPONSE
T
RAINING
............................................................................................38
 
5.2
 
P
UBLIC
O
RDER
U
NIT
T
RAINING
............................................................................................38
 
5.3
 
E
MERGENCY
T
ASK
F
ORCE
T
RAINING
....................................................................................38
 
5.4
 
I
NCIDENT
M
ANAGEMENT
S
YSTEM
T
RAINING
.........................................................................39
 
6. INTELLIGENCE......................................................................................................................40
 
7. SECURITY AT THE FENCE...................................................................................................41
 
7.1
 
T
HE
P
UBLIC
W
ORKS
P
ROTECTION
A
CT
................................................................................41
 
7.2
 
B
REACH OF THE
P
EACE
.......................................................................................................42
 
7.3
 
L
ONG
R
ANGE
A
COUSTIC
D
EVICE
.........................................................................................42
 
8. PRISONER MANAGEMENT..................................................................................................44
 
8.1
 
PPC
 
F
ACILITY
.....................................................................................................................44
 
8.2
 
PPC
 
P
LANNING
...................................................................................................................44
 
8.3
 
P
RISONER
T
RANSPORTATION
..............................................................................................45
 
8.4
 
A
RRESTS
............................................................................................................................46
 
8.5
 
B
OOKING
 /D
ETENTION
..........................................................................................................47
 
8.6
 
P
RISONER
P
ROPERTY
.........................................................................................................49
 
8.7
 
R
ELEASE
.............................................................................................................................50
 

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