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Police Powers Ii

byPaul Mckenna

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Appropriate for the Police Powers II course within the Ontario Police Foundations training program in colleges.

Police Powers II is a continuation of Police Powers I. Its focus is on police governance and accountability issues related to the Police Services Act, police complaints, First Nations policy and management and labour issues. Use of force theory, law and other legal issues related to the use of force are also covered.

Title:Police Powers IiFormat:PaperbackDimensions:191 pages, 9.25 × 7 × 0.45 inPublished:May 7, 2002Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:013040697X

ISBN - 13:9780130406972

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Table of Contents

(Each Chapter concludes with Questions for Consideration & Discussion, Related Activities, References, and Weblinks.)

Foreword.


Preface.


Acknowledgements.

I. POLICE GOVERNANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN CANADA.

Learning Objectives.

Introduction.

Why Civilian Governance?

Definition of Governance.

Definition of Accountability.

Forms of Police Governance in Canada.

Committees of Council.

Provincial Police Commissions.

Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services.

Municipal Police Commissions and Boards.

Toronto Police Services Board.

Vancouver Police Board.

Calgary Police Commission.

Models of Civilian Governance in Britain.

Police Independence Versus Accountability.

Accountability and Police Professionalism.

The Future of Civilian Governance in Canada.

Conclusion.

Relevant Case Law.

II. CIVILIAN OVERSIGHT AND POLICE COMPLAINTS IN CANADA.

Learning Objectives.

Introduction.

Origin of Civilian Oversight in North America.

What is Civilian Oversight of Policing?

General Features of a Civilian Oversight System.

Ontario.

Review of Civilian Oversight of Police in Ontario.

Chiefs of Police and Commissioner of the OPP.

Police Services Boards.

Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services.

The Special Investigations Unit.

Definition of “Serious Injury”.

Independence of the SIU.

Disclosure of Information.

Decisions of the SIU Director.

The Role of the SIU Investigator.

Controversy Surrounding the SIU.

SIU Occurrences.

Ontario Ministry of the Solicitor General, Policing Services Division.

Police Complaints.

History of the Police Complaints Process in Ontario.

Current Public Complaints Process in Ontario.

Definition of a Public Complaint.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP.

Newfoundland.

New Brunswick.

Nova Scotia.

Quebec.

Conciliation.

Investigation.

Manitoba.

Saskatchewan.

Definition of Complaint Findings.

Alberta.

Law Enforcement Review Board.

Calgary Police Commission.

Citizen Complaints Monitor.

British Columbia.

Conclusion.

III. POLICE DISCIPLINE & ETHICS.

Learning Objectives.

Introduction.

Police Discipline.

Some Cases of Interest.

Case of Gordon Junger.

Case of Brian Whitehead.

Case of Constable Turgeon.

Case of Constables E. Hewitt and C. Devine.

Case of Constable Perry Mason.

Case of Detective Sergeant Jack More.

Case of Sergeant Gary Lewin.

Philosophies of Police Discipline.

The RCMP External Review Committee.

Ontario.

Substantiated Complaints.

Hearings.

New Brunswick.

Manitoba.

Police Ethics.

Conclusion.

IV. POLICE LABOUR RELATIONS IN CANADA.

Learning Objectives.

Introduction.

Labour/Management Relations.

Collective Bargaining and Arbitration.

Strikes.

Politics and Lobbying.

Public Relations.

Specific Police Associations in Canada.

Police Association of Ontario.

Services Provided by the Police Association of Ontario.

Ontario Provincial Police Association.

Toronto Police Association.

Canadian Police Association.

Legislative Issues.

Labour Issues.

Education/Awareness.

History of the Police Memorial Service.

Police and Peace Officers' National Memorial Day.

Resolutions of the Canadian Police Association.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pay Council.

Mandate of the Pay Council.

Representatives on the Pay Council.

Police Services Used for Salary Comparisons by the Pay Council.

Compensation Determination Process.

Conclusion.

V. FIRST NATIONS POLICING IN CANADA.

Learning Objectives.

Introduction.

First Nations Demographics in Canada.

Policing Off Reserves.

Policing On Reserves.

Aboriginal Police Services.

Future Developments in Aboriginal Policing.

Conclusion.

VI. POLICE USE OF FORCE.

Learning Objectives.

Introduction.

The National Use of Force Framework.

The Police Use of Force Continuum.

Conclusion.

VII. OFFICER SAFETY, STRESS, AND WORKPLACE PROTECTION.

Learning Objectives.

Introduction.

Police Officer Safety.

Stress in Policing.

The Physiology of Stress.

Contradictory Demands of Policing.

Shift Work.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Stress Management: Methods & Techniques.

Developing Support Systems.

Workplace Protection.

Conclusion.

Appendix A: IACP Administrative Guidelines for Dealing with Officers Involved in On-Duty Shooting Situations.

Appendix B: IACP Model Policy, Post-Shooting Incident Procedures.