The director of the SPVM should “make an exit” on the death of George Floyd

Following the death of George Floyd, the director of the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM), Sylvain Caron, should “say that this kind of actions would never be tolerated in Quebec,” insisted Marlene Jennings, who serves on the advisory Committee on the reality of policing in Quebec.

In an interview with the show Dutrizac on QUB radio, Ms. Jennings has argued that such an exit in denouncing “this kind of acts heinous” “could give a boost of confidence” to the population vis-à-vis the police.

“Fortunately, our brothers and sisters quebecers are beginning to be aware that this is not enough to say: “Me, I’m not a racist”; it is necessary to take action,” suggested Mrs. Jennings, who is the only member of the committee outcome of the black community.

  • LISTEN to Marlene Jennings, former mp of the liberal Party of Canada in the electoral district of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce–Lachine and a member of the advisory Committee on the reality of policing, on QUB radio:

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