Since 1999, there have been 339 investigations of police misconduct in Quebec.
But only in three cases did police officers subsequently face charges.
Bill 46 states that when a person perishes during a police operation or detention as the result of a serious injury or a gunshot wound from a police weapon, the police force informs the minister.
The minister then names another police force "to ensure impartiality" to conduct "an independent inquiry."
And another thing - WHY THE BLEEP DON'T YOU SEE U.S. NEWSPAPERS DISCUSSING WHY POLICE DEPARTMENTS INVESTIGATE THEMSELVES?!!?!??!
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