Thursday, May 30, 2019

Legislature's Police Complaint Committee seeking public feedback on complaint process

Skeena MLA Ellis Ross is one of five members of BC Legislature committee
currently exploring potential changes to the Province's Police complaint process

A Legislature committee that has been created to study issues of the Police complaint process in the province is in the midst of a public consultation period, with residents of British Columbia offered the opportunity to share their thoughts until June 28th.

As we outlined on the blog in February, the committee includes Skeena MLA Ellis Ross, with their work now reaching the public consultation phase. 

The members will be looking for feedback on how the current process works and what improvements need to be made to improve it.

To participate in the current consultation process see the consultation page here and follow the instructions that are listed.

The committee most recently held discussions on May 21st, for more background on the work that they have done so far as well as the consultation period currently underway, see the Committee website here.

For more items of note related to the Skeena MLA's work in Victoria see our archive page here.

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