CPS citizen survey shows ‘pattern’ of mistrust in police among Black, Indigenous people – Calgary Herald

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CPS citizen survey shows ‘pattern’ of mistrust in police among Black, Indigenous people – Calgary Herald

by ahnationtalk on September 30, 202030 Views

The police oversight body’s annual citizen satisfaction survey also shows a declne in the perception that Calgary police officers respond fairly to all communities across the city

There’s a “pattern” of low trust in Calgary police among Black and Indigenous people, according to new data from the city’s police oversight body.

The Calgary police commission on Tuesday released the results of the annual citizen satisfaction survey, which shows a decline in the perception that Calgary police officers respond fairly to all communities across the city — dropping to 74 per cent this year compared to 79 percent in 2018.

A new question in the 2020 survey asked Calgarians to rate how much they agreed that they trust the Calgary Police Service. A total of 85 per cent of people surveyed were either in “moderate” or “high” categories of agreement.

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