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In 2018, the Ontario Civilian Police Commission (“Commission”) received five complaints from members of the Windsor Police Service (“Service”). These complaints raised issues about how the Service treated them, as well as larger systemic issues. The complaints contained allegations against the Service’s senior leadership and the Windsor Police Services Board (“Board”).

The Commission decided to investigate some, but not all, of the issues raised in the complaints.1 The investigation’s Terms of Reference identify those issues.