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 August 21, 2017  Posted by  Govt, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Kevin Maimann reports:

Black Lives Matter’s Edmonton chapter is calling for a halt on police services sharing street-check information with outside agencies.

The group filed a freedom of information request with the Edmonton Police Service seeking current and past EPS policy of information sharing of street checks, and whether that data has been shared with outside agencies including CSIS or Canada Border Services Agency.

Police responded saying they could not find any policy related to the sharing of street checks.

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