Peel police review into Carby shooting done in secret, say reports

Sep 29, 2015 | GTA, NEWS | 0 comments

Peel Regional Police promised a review of police conduct in the case of Jermaine Carby, the man gunned down by police last year. However, new reports suggest that review was conducted in secret. According to the Toronto Star, the findings of the internal probe were revealed to the board in a closed-door meeting on Friday. The seven-member board considered findings like these to be “confidential”, and whether they have answers in the circumstances around Carby’s death is unknown. 33-year-old Carby was shot dead by an officer at a Brampton intersection in September 2014. The Special Investigations Unit found that the officer, who was not named, shot in self-defence. The Peel police internal review stems from a report alleging that an officer tampered with evidence by removing a knife from the crime scene.
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