The EPS has been given a shove toward further accountability. But only a small one. (Did they have a knife?) Plus, the solar rebate has run out, and so too, it seems, has council’s delight in funding End Poverty Edmonton.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
- Police release video showing woman with knife during central Edmonton altercation
- Edmonton protesters demand police release video of officer shoving woman
- EPS Statement: video of arrest
- Judith Gale on TikTok
- Edmonton cop pushing woman reignites bodycam debate
- Calls for body cameras, inquiry after woman shoved by EPS during arrest but never charged
- What happened to Edmonton police's promised dash cameras?
End Poverty Edmonton
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