Regular Meeting

June 17, 2015

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Agenda Item 17.5

Written Notice of Motion for Consideration (Trustees Stiles and T. Ford)
From: Roula Anastasakos, Executive Superintendent, Board Services, Policy, Research and Information Services
In accordance with Board Bylaw 21.1, the following motion is submitted for consideration.
21.1 A matter may be added to the regular meeting agenda by submitting in writing to
the Director, at least seven days in advance of the meeting by:
(a) two or more members of the Board…

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Police Carding

Whereas, youth living in Toronto’s inner city communities are disproportionately affected by the
practice of police carding; and
Whereas, the Inner City Advisory Committee opposes carding; and
Whereas, the Board should join city of Toronto mayor, John Tory in calling for the cancellation
of carding;
Therefore, be it resolved that the Chair write a letter to the Toronto Police Services Board to request that existing carding data be purged and that any new policy require that all persons
stopped by a police officer be informed of their rights and receive a receipt of the interaction.

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