Justice minister says she's heard no formal complaints about police street checks

 


Alberta's minister of justice says she's not aware of complaints to the province or the police about the controversial issue of street checks, where officers stop and ask for ID from thousands of people every year.

Kathleen Ganley said she spoke Monday with Edmonton Police Chief Rod Knecht after CBC News stories highlighted concerns from legal and aboriginal representatives about racial profiling and other human-rights violations.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/justice-minister-says-she-s-heard-no-formal-complaints-about-police-street-checks-1.3229256


 

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