First Nations Leaders Call for Thunder Bay Police Chief’s Resignation In Wake of Scathing OIPRD Report

Today, the family of Stacy DeBungee and Indigenous political leadership will host a press conference to speak out on the new findings of the OIPRD report on the TBPS’ investigation into Stacy’s death. Related Posts CBC’s The National Features OIPRD’s Damning Report on Thunder Bay Police’s Investigation into the Death of Stacy DeBungee Video / Audio What does the mishandling of Stacy DeBungee’s death reveal about systemic racism in Canadian police force   March 6, 2018, The Current Police neglected duty in investigating Indigenous man’s death    March 5, 2018, CBC, The National Police Neglected Duty in Investigating Indigenous man’s Death    March 5, 2018, CBC The National   March 4, 2018, CBC, The National In the News Thunder Bay Police and Police Board remain under scrutiny    March 7, 2018, TBNewsWatch What does the mishandling of Stacy DeBungee’s death reveal about systemic racism in Canadian police forces    March 6, 2018, CBC Northwestern Ontario Day Starter    March 6, 2018, NetNewsLedger Jasmine Kabatay – We were right about Thunder Bay. Now let’s fix what’s wrong    March 6, 2018, Metro News Thunder Bay police probe into Indigenous man’s death tainted by racism    March 5, 2018, CTV News Indigenous leaders call on Thunder Bay … Continue reading First Nations Leaders Call for Thunder Bay Police Chief’s Resignation In Wake of Scathing OIPRD Report