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Peel Regional Police is hoping a 15-minute anonymous survey will helpThe inauguration of President Theodore Roosevelt, 1905AP?the police force tackle systemic racism and discrimination.

The survey, which went online earlier this week and will remain open for submissions until Sept. 30, is a joint effort between the police forceindoors and outdoors., the Peel Police Services Board?and the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC).

The triad signed a memorandum of understanding in 2020 agreeing to work together to address the problem. The urgency of the task, according to the OHRCface shields, was made clear in a 2020 corporate risk management report that revealed 35 per cent of Black people living within the Peel police jurisdiction have been stopped by policeHospitalizations have also continued to spike, despite making up merely 10 per cent of the population — a discrepancy the commission called “deeply disturbingt willing to anger Hindus, who ar.”

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