We are receiving a constant stream of calls and emails regarding incidents that happened during the G20. We are extremely concerned about many of the incidents we witnessed, as well as individual stories that are continuing to emerge. We welcome honest accounts from members of the public. If you witnessed an event that you are concerned about, or feel your rights have been violated, we encourage you to contact us and fill out an incident reporting form – download it here. We will keep the information confidential unless you specifically give us permission to report what happened. Once it is complete, email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax it at (416) 861-1291.
You can also file a formal police complaint:
* Against the RCMP – use the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP. You can find the online complaint form here.
* Against any other police force from Ontario – use the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD). You can find the online complaint form here.
There are also several other reporting projects that are ongoing – we encourage everyone to use all these resources.
- Justice for Children and Youth is running a story-sharing project specifically for youth who have had negative interactions with the police. You can download their reporting form here, and get more information on their website.
- A website has been set up to receive and publish individual stories – www.g20inquiry.org