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There's no threat to the public, the investigator said.
Police are asking for the public's help in finding the woman.
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Police officers have begun wearing bracelets in support of Const. Daniel Montsion, an officer charged with manslaughter after an SUI investigation. We need to believe in everyone involved from the police, all the way up to the judges, are unbiased and out to do their jobs. This band, this in-your-face alliance around Montsion, doesn't do that.
Members of the Ottawa police were buying black-and-blue silicone wristbands in support of Const. Daniel Montsion, 36, charged in the July 2016 death of Abdirahman Abdi, the CBC reported.
She suggested there's a "systemic problem" within the force.
Const. Daniel Montsion will also be charged with aggravated assault and assault with a weapon.
The man is facing several charges, including uttering threats of a dangerous weapon and mischief to religious buildings.
News last week about the two-year study of the traffic stop data collected by the Ottawa Police were quickly dismissed by the same researchers who conducted it, as "not necessarily indicative of causation, and it doesn't prove racial profiling." So what is the point of conducting such a study if those results cannot be used to speak about racial profiling, admit its existence and thus dealing with it?
A local student found the comments and complained to police, the mayor.
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Ontario's police watchdog is investigating.
In an email this week to members of the Muslim community, Staff-Sgt. David Zackrias urged the reporting of all forms of abuse.
A trend involving victims of crime turning the tables on thieves by posting pictures of suspects online is causing concern among police, who warn such actions could even threaten a case. An Ottawa gl...