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Policing the right to protest : G20 systematic review report / Gerry McNeilly.

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Droit de protestation et maintien de l’ordre : rapport de l’examen systémique concernant le sommet du G20.

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1 online resource (xviii, 286 pages)

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"May 2012."
Issued also in French under title: Droit de protestation et maintien de l’ordre : rapport de l’examen systémique concernant le sommet du G20.
The original document was published on the public website of the Government of Ontario. © Queen’s Printer for Ontario, 2012. Reproduced with permission.

Summary

This Report sets out the planning for security at the G20 and outlines the security structure that was put in place for the G20. It also examines some of the command and control issues that arose during the G20 weekend. A timeline of the protest march that took place on Saturday, June 26, 2010, and the events that occurred during and after the march is included. Chapters 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 cover the "hot spots" of the G20 with analysis of the issues from those incidents. Chapter 9 examines the planning that took place for the Prisoner Processing Centre as well as the operation of the facility and the treatment of prisoners held there. We have also included chapters on police communication with the public and the media and police training for the G20. Each chapter is self-contained and can be read on its own.

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