Friday, February 21, 2014

A civil approach to changing policing

The funky Spadina Ave. loft presents the kind of diversity and hipness you’d find in an Apple ad. The glowing laptops, phones and tablets only reinforce the notion.
But what these young people — many either in university or early into careers — are doing is studying how policing works in Toronto. They’re working on a plan to blitz media outlets with educational op-ed pieces. A crowd-funded documentary is also in the works.
Dubbed the Policing Literacy Initiative, the group is the brainchild of Jamil Jivani, a 26-year-old Brampton native and recent Yale Law School grad. They have been meeting twice a month since August to talk all things policing.

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