Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Chris Lewis says the Toronto Star series on post-traumatic stress disorder among police officers “did a good job of raising public awareness” on the issue.
However, the weekend stories painted “a false perception” that the OPP is doing nothing, he charged in an interview Tuesday.
The commissioner said the stories didn’t tell any success stories about what the OPP is doing.
Lewis acknowledged that he cannot comment specifically on the report
that is soon to be released by the Ontario Ombudsman’s office detailing
the complaints from dozens of officers about how the OPP deals with
operational stress injuries.