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Alberta Bans Carding, Imposes New Rules On Street Checks. Calgary Police Being Defunded With The Support.
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Greg Carr
2020-11-20 19:12:57 UTC
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Alberta bans carding, imposes new rules on street checks
Thu., November 19, 2020, 1:08 p.m. PST·4 min read
Alberta will immediately ban the practice of carding by police provincewide and impose new rules on street checks.

Justice Minister Kaycee Madu said both lead to distrust of police and alienation, particularly within minority cultural communities and among Indigenous Canadians.

"There is just no way around it," said Madu. "Carding is an inappropriate use of police power, which is why we are banning it outright throughout the province.

Carding refers to arbitrary stops by police and asking members of the public for their personal information, even if there is no suspicion of wrongdoing.

Both Calgary and Edmonton police have previously stopped the practice.

For years, critics have called the practice racist as it tends to target Indigenous, Black and people of colour.

Street checks

Madu said new rules around street checks, when police say there is a specific reason to stop and question a member of the public, will include a requirement for police services to review street check data four times a year and report to the province.

He said creating a set of standards and forcing the reviews is meant to ensure, in part, that police don't simply revert to carding and calling it a street check.

Police will be required to make it clear at the outset of a street check that it is voluntary and that citizens are under no obligation to provide their personal information or answer questions. (Greg; I can understand the police stopping someone and saying , "Sir you match the description of a wanted bank robber can I see your I.D.?" Can't understand I have nothing to do and there are no calls for service on my cop computer so I will at random ask ppl any question I like. Seems stupid and unconstitutional to me.)

Irfan Sabir, the justice critic for the NDP, said carding was already outside the charter and he wasn't clear on what was actually different after Thursday's announcement.

"What's the difference for a person of colour on this?" he said. "Will they be treated differently today than they were yesterday?"

Sabir said he was willing to work with the government and would reach out to the justice minister for clarification and to offer any help.

Question of sincerity

Samuel Crowfoot, a councillor for the Siksika First Nation, said during a news conference hosted by the government that he welcomes what he said was a long-overdue change, as long as it is sincere and leads to real progress.

"Are we supposed to express gratitude to the police for committing to no longer violate our rights in an age of rallying cries like Black Lives Matter and defund the police?" he said.

"I can't help but wonder what is really driving this announcement."

Crowfoot said he hopes this represents an honest step toward reconciliation.

"If your words are true and you're taking steps to reduce racial profiling and discrimination in policing, I say thank you. But I also say show us, back up your words," he said.

"First Nations people are sick of hearing empty words and promises. Prove to us that this isn't a PR stunt." (Greg: White politicians speak with forked tonque hey they lie to us pale faces as well.)

Debate around defunding

The announcement comes as Madu has been publicly decrying calls to defund the police as the antics of socialists for whom the concept of law is "alien," pitting him against Calgary's police chief, many on Calgary's city council and others.

On Thursday, he said it was the product of "far left ideology pushed by radical activists," before saying he supports the goal of investing more in mental health and additional resources to tackle the root causes of crime.

The current UCP government reduced funding to police in its last budget, including a reduction of $12 million from the Calgary Police Service.

Calgary city council will debate removing $20 million from the police budget over the next two years. It would put that money toward agencies that deal with mental health and addiction issues.

In September, police Chief Mark Neufeld raised the idea of reallocating some of the police budget to community partners to develop alternative ways of helping people in crisis.

The Calgary Police Service's budget this year was $401 million — the largest item in the city's budget. Council had approved increases of $10 million for both 2021 and 2022.

https://ca.news.yahoo.com/alberta-bans-carding-imposes-rules-210854356.html
Susan Cohen
2020-11-20 20:40:18 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Nov 2020 11:12:57 -0800 (PST), Greg Carr
Post by Greg Carr
Alberta bans carding, imposes new rules on street checks
Thu., November 19, 2020, 1:08 p.m. PST·4 min read
Alberta will immediately ban the practice of carding by police provincewide and impose new rules on street checks.
Justice Minister Kaycee Madu said both lead to distrust of police and alienation, particularly within minority cultural communities and among Indigenous Canadians.
"There is just no way around it," said Madu. "Carding is an inappropriate use of police power, which is why we are banning it outright throughout the province.
Carding refers to arbitrary stops by police and asking members of the public for their personal information, even if there is no suspicion of wrongdoing.
Both Calgary and Edmonton police have previously stopped the practice.
For years, critics have called the practice racist as it tends to target Indigenous, Black and people of colour.
Street checks
Madu said new rules around street checks, when police say there is a specific reason to stop and question a member of the public, will include a requirement for police services to review street check data four times a year and report to the province.
He said creating a set of standards and forcing the reviews is meant to ensure, in part, that police don't simply revert to carding and calling it a street check.
Police will be required to make it clear at the outset of a street check that it is voluntary and that citizens are under no obligation to provide their personal information or answer questions. (Greg; I can understand the police stopping someone and saying , "Sir you match the description of a wanted bank robber can I see your I.D.?" Can't understand I have nothing to do and there are no calls for service on my cop computer so I will at random ask ppl any question I like. Seems stupid and unconstitutional to me.)
Irfan Sabir, the justice critic for the NDP, said carding was already outside the charter and he wasn't clear on what was actually different after Thursday's announcement.
"What's the difference for a person of colour on this?" he said. "Will they be treated differently today than they were yesterday?"
Sabir said he was willing to work with the government and would reach out to the justice minister for clarification and to offer any help.
Question of sincerity
Samuel Crowfoot, a councillor for the Siksika First Nation, said during a news conference hosted by the government that he welcomes what he said was a long-overdue change, as long as it is sincere and leads to real progress.
"Are we supposed to express gratitude to the police for committing to no longer violate our rights in an age of rallying cries like Black Lives Matter and defund the police?" he said.
"I can't help but wonder what is really driving this announcement."
Crowfoot said he hopes this represents an honest step toward reconciliation.
"If your words are true and you're taking steps to reduce racial profiling and discrimination in policing, I say thank you. But I also say show us, back up your words," he said.
"First Nations people are sick of hearing empty words and promises. Prove to us that this isn't a PR stunt." (Greg: White politicians speak with forked tonque hey they lie to us pale faces as well.)
Debate around defunding
The announcement comes as Madu has been publicly decrying calls to defund the police as the antics of socialists for whom the concept of law is "alien," pitting him against Calgary's police chief, many on Calgary's city council and others.
On Thursday, he said it was the product of "far left ideology pushed by radical activists," before saying he supports the goal of investing more in mental health and additional resources to tackle the root causes of crime.
The current UCP government reduced funding to police in its last budget, including a reduction of $12 million from the Calgary Police Service.
Calgary city council will debate removing $20 million from the police budget over the next two years. It would put that money toward agencies that deal with mental health and addiction issues.
In September, police Chief Mark Neufeld raised the idea of reallocating some of the police budget to community partners to develop alternative ways of helping people in crisis.
The Calgary Police Service's budget this year was $401 million — the largest item in the city's budget. Council had approved increases of $10 million for both 2021 and 2022.
https://ca.news.yahoo.com/alberta-bans-carding-imposes-rules-210854356.html
Carding should be obsolete. There is another tried and true method of
easily identifying people; arm bands. For jews, they can use a yellow
star, for people like Greg Carr a pink triangle will work. Indians can
be IDed by the dots on their head, and the natives can wear feathered
caps. Gooks have slanted eyes and negroes with dark black skin and
pearly white smiles don't need any identifying agents. This method of
identification made it easier to find someone, just in case..

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"I took the CBC IQ challenge a few years back and my IQ has slipped to 110.
Booze and drugs ate away some of my IQ and schizophrenia took care of the rest."
~ Greg Carr (2013)
Peeler
2020-11-20 22:04:58 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Nov 2020 15:40:18 -0500, Loose Sphincter, the unhappily married
Post by Susan Cohen
Carding should be obsolete. There is another tried and true method of
easily identifying people; arm bands.
Nazoids like you ARE already obsolete! And one easily identifies you idiots
by your congenital idiocy! INVETERATELY, Susan!
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The SHPAMMER ish jew paedophile BARRY Z. SHEIN 700 Washington St B'righton Mass
2020-11-21 15:30:22 UTC
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Post by Susan Cohen
On Fri, 20 Nov 2020 11:12:57 -0800 (PST), Greg Carr
Post by Greg Carr
Alberta bans carding, imposes new rules on street checks
Thu., November 19, 2020, 1:08 p.m. PST·4 min read
Alberta will immediately ban the practice of carding by police provincewide and impose new rules on street checks.
Justice Minister Kaycee Madu said both lead to distrust of police and alienation, particularly within minority cultural communities and among Indigenous Canadians.
"There is just no way around it," said Madu. "Carding is an inappropriate use of police power, which is why we are banning it outright throughout the province.
Carding refers to arbitrary stops by police and asking members of the public for their personal information, even if there is no suspicion of wrongdoing.
Both Calgary and Edmonton police have previously stopped the practice.
For years, critics have called the practice racist as it tends to target Indigenous, Black and people of colour.
Street checks
Madu said new rules around street checks, when police say there is a specific reason to stop and question a member of the public, will include a requirement for police services to review street check data four times a year and report to the province.
He said creating a set of standards and forcing the reviews is meant to ensure, in part, that police don't simply revert to carding and calling it a street check.
Police will be required to make it clear at the outset of a street check that it is voluntary and that citizens are under no obligation to provide their personal information or answer questions. (Greg; I can understand the police stopping someone and saying , "Sir you match the description of a wanted bank robber can I see your I.D.?" Can't understand I have nothing to do and there are no calls for service on my cop computer so I will at random ask ppl any question I like. Seems stupid and unconstitutional to me.)
Irfan Sabir, the justice critic for the NDP, said carding was already outside the charter and he wasn't clear on what was actually different after Thursday's announcement.
"What's the difference for a person of colour on this?" he said. "Will they be treated differently today than they were yesterday?"
Sabir said he was willing to work with the government and would reach out to the justice minister for clarification and to offer any help.
Question of sincerity
Samuel Crowfoot, a councillor for the Siksika First Nation, said during a news conference hosted by the government that he welcomes what he said was a long-overdue change, as long as it is sincere and leads to real progress.
"Are we supposed to express gratitude to the police for committing to no longer violate our rights in an age of rallying cries like Black Lives Matter and defund the police?" he said.
"I can't help but wonder what is really driving this announcement."
Crowfoot said he hopes this represents an honest step toward reconciliation.
"If your words are true and you're taking steps to reduce racial profiling and discrimination in policing, I say thank you. But I also say show us, back up your words," he said.
"First Nations people are sick of hearing empty words and promises. Prove to us that this isn't a PR stunt." (Greg: White politicians speak with forked tonque hey they lie to us pale faces as well.)
Debate around defunding
The announcement comes as Madu has been publicly decrying calls to defund the police as the antics of socialists for whom the concept of law is "alien," pitting him against Calgary's police chief, many on Calgary's city council and others.
On Thursday, he said it was the product of "far left ideology pushed by radical activists," before saying he supports the goal of investing more in mental health and additional resources to tackle the root causes of crime.
The current UCP government reduced funding to police in its last budget, including a reduction of $12 million from the Calgary Police Service.
Calgary city council will debate removing $20 million from the police budget over the next two years. It would put that money toward agencies that deal with mental health and addiction issues.
In September, police Chief Mark Neufeld raised the idea of reallocating some of the police budget to community partners to develop alternative ways of helping people in crisis.
The Calgary Police Service's budget this year was $401 million — the largest item in the city's budget. Council had approved increases of $10 million for both 2021 and 2022.
https://ca.news.yahoo.com/alberta-bans-carding-imposes-rules-210854356.html
Carding should be obsolete. There is another tried and true method of
easily identifying people; arm bands. For jews, they can use a yellow
star, for people like Greg Carr a pink triangle will work. Indians can
be IDed by the dots on their head, and the natives can wear feathered
caps. Gooks have slanted eyes and negroes with dark black skin and
pearly white smiles don't need any identifying agents. This method of
identification made it easier to find someone, just in case..
Yup.

Indeed.

There sure, is.

No doubt, about it.

You got, THAT right!

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"SHPAMMERSH ARE CROOKSH
DON'T DO BUSINESSH VITH CROOKSH!"
- jew paedophile shpammer Barry Z. Shein (world.std.com home page)
Greg Carr
2020-11-23 13:28:55 UTC
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Whatever sperm guzzler why don't you comment on issues in your homeland Serbia or the place that made the mistake of giving you domicile England?

You have such a empty, vacant life you read newsgroups about subjects that happen in places 5,000 miles away from you that you have no connection with. Oh wait you have no connection with anything nithling.

Gordon Radavitch is FAGGOT FAGGOT FAGGOT like Jake Virtanen. Homosexuals out of team sports homosexuals out of the locker rooms. Quit beating off thinking of the high school qb or the team captain. Until this year no player in the big 6 team sports in Canada/USA was ever openly homosexual while a player. Jake Virtannen needs to go he is a borderline 4th liner who is not a team player or good in the room.


You pissed because you can't rape Croats and Kosovians anymore? The court at the Hague should investigate you for war crimes in the former Yugoslavia you are the right age for that.

Have another wretched, poverty stricken mediocre day Gordon Radavich you child raping ,child porn watching moronic dip.

Up your nose with a rubber hose.

Gordon Radavich is a second world Serbian dole boy. He is a chronic liar with no friends. His wife is an adulterous fat disgusting pig. Lots of felchers in London, England to ream your diseased ass' Gordon Radavich.

Loose Cannon aka Gordon Radavich [***@tiscali.co.uk] He uses various other nicks as well such as NEMO and Susan Cohen.

Radavich is so stupid he spelled his name wrong on his email addy. The email is valid. Feel free to contact his ISP about his anti-Black, anti-Jewish, anti-Asian posts to USENET and his general stupidity and off-topic posts to various ngs.

Population of earth: 7,442,000,000,000
Number of people superior to Gordon: 7,441,999,999,999"
"Police have arrested a Serbian national following a lengthy
investigation into anti-Semitic activities. Gordon Radavich, 51, a
satellite system installer, was arrested at his home in Albert Bridge
Road, Battersea, and charged with various offences under the Public
Order Act (1986) and Computer Misuse Act (1990). Several computers
and a number of foreign passports were removed from the premises for
forensic examination. After a preliminary hearing before Wandsworth
magistrates yesterday he was remanded in custody until 16th August."

Hope Brexit gets your child raping ass deported back to Serbia and away from the First World.

What a pathetic life you lead.
Post by Susan Cohen
On Fri, 20 Nov 2020 11:12:57 -0800 (PST), Greg Carr
Post by Greg Carr
Alberta bans carding, imposes new rules on street checks
Thu., November 19, 2020, 1:08 p.m. PST·4 min read
Alberta will immediately ban the practice of carding by police provincewide and impose new rules on street checks.
Justice Minister Kaycee Madu said both lead to distrust of police and alienation, particularly within minority cultural communities and among Indigenous Canadians.
"There is just no way around it," said Madu. "Carding is an inappropriate use of police power, which is why we are banning it outright throughout the province.
Carding refers to arbitrary stops by police and asking members of the public for their personal information, even if there is no suspicion of wrongdoing.
Both Calgary and Edmonton police have previously stopped the practice.
For years, critics have called the practice racist as it tends to target Indigenous, Black and people of colour.
Street checks
Madu said new rules around street checks, when police say there is a specific reason to stop and question a member of the public, will include a requirement for police services to review street check data four times a year and report to the province.
He said creating a set of standards and forcing the reviews is meant to ensure, in part, that police don't simply revert to carding and calling it a street check.
Police will be required to make it clear at the outset of a street check that it is voluntary and that citizens are under no obligation to provide their personal information or answer questions. (Greg; I can understand the police stopping someone and saying , "Sir you match the description of a wanted bank robber can I see your I.D.?" Can't understand I have nothing to do and there are no calls for service on my cop computer so I will at random ask ppl any question I like. Seems stupid and unconstitutional to me.)
Irfan Sabir, the justice critic for the NDP, said carding was already outside the charter and he wasn't clear on what was actually different after Thursday's announcement.
"What's the difference for a person of colour on this?" he said. "Will they be treated differently today than they were yesterday?"
Sabir said he was willing to work with the government and would reach out to the justice minister for clarification and to offer any help.
Question of sincerity
Samuel Crowfoot, a councillor for the Siksika First Nation, said during a news conference hosted by the government that he welcomes what he said was a long-overdue change, as long as it is sincere and leads to real progress.
"Are we supposed to express gratitude to the police for committing to no longer violate our rights in an age of rallying cries like Black Lives Matter and defund the police?" he said.
"I can't help but wonder what is really driving this announcement."
Crowfoot said he hopes this represents an honest step toward reconciliation.
"If your words are true and you're taking steps to reduce racial profiling and discrimination in policing, I say thank you. But I also say show us, back up your words," he said.
"First Nations people are sick of hearing empty words and promises. Prove to us that this isn't a PR stunt." (Greg: White politicians speak with forked tonque hey they lie to us pale faces as well.)
Debate around defunding
The announcement comes as Madu has been publicly decrying calls to defund the police as the antics of socialists for whom the concept of law is "alien," pitting him against Calgary's police chief, many on Calgary's city council and others.
On Thursday, he said it was the product of "far left ideology pushed by radical activists," before saying he supports the goal of investing more in mental health and additional resources to tackle the root causes of crime.
The current UCP government reduced funding to police in its last budget, including a reduction of $12 million from the Calgary Police Service.
Calgary city council will debate removing $20 million from the police budget over the next two years. It would put that money toward agencies that deal with mental health and addiction issues.
In September, police Chief Mark Neufeld raised the idea of reallocating some of the police budget to community partners to develop alternative ways of helping people in crisis.
The Calgary Police Service's budget this year was $401 million — the largest item in the city's budget. Council had approved increases of $10 million for both 2021 and 2022.
https://ca.news.yahoo.com/alberta-bans-carding-imposes-rules-210854356.html
Carding should be obsolete. There is another tried and true method of
easily identifying people; arm bands. For jews, they can use a yellow
star, for people like Greg Carr a pink triangle will work. Indians can
be IDed by the dots on their head, and the natives can wear feathered
caps. Gooks have slanted eyes and negroes with dark black skin and
pearly white smiles don't need any identifying agents. This method of
identification made it easier to find someone, just in case..
_________________________
"I took the CBC IQ challenge a few years back and my IQ has slipped to 110.
Booze and drugs ate away some of my IQ and schizophrenia took care of the rest."
~ Greg Carr (2013)
Liberals are VERMIN!
2020-11-20 23:55:17 UTC
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Worked well for Toronto. Murders/shootings up 40% in one year.
brew noser
2020-11-21 20:06:53 UTC
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Worked well for Toronto. Murders/shootings up 40% in one year.
Shoudda kept the gun registry, eh?
brew noser
2020-11-21 20:12:26 UTC
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On Friday, November 20, 2020 at 11:12:59 AM UTC-8, ***@gmail.com wrote:
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Post by Greg Carr
Police will be required to make it clear at the outset of a street check that it is voluntary and that citizens are under no obligation to provide their personal information or answer questions.
(Greg; I can understand the police stopping someone and saying , "Sir you match the description of a wanted bank robber can I see your I.D.?" Can't understand I have nothing to do and there are no calls for service on my
cop computer so I will at random ask ppl any question I like. Seems stupid and unconstitutional to me.)
You'd be recognized by any cop in Surrey - and likely the Vancouver area around Stanley Park - Carr. Their more likely approach would be: 'Do you have any cans of spray paint on you?' or 'Are you taking your medications, Mr Carr?' Nothing unconstitutional about stopping a known criminal act repeater.
__________________________
"I took the CBC IQ challenge a few years back and my IQ has slipped to 110.
Booze and drugs ate away some of my IQ and schizophrenia took care of the rest."
~ Greg Carr (2013)
Greg Carr
2020-11-23 13:40:16 UTC
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Whatever Karen Eileen Gordon. There are 847 RCMP in Surrey. I only know two by name. But hey they have my name and address and my lawyers contact info on file. I am no deguello guy. Hey retard it is not illegal to carry spray paint cans they are sold in stores all over the city don't you know idgit? I sent the local RCMP district station an email when I stopped taking my meds guess what scared and beaten Karen there is no law forcing ppl to take medication. If Donald Gordon ends up in a permenant vegetative coma everyone who knows him will blame your slutty, abortion scarred self.

Why did Karen Eileen Gordon lose her govt job and why was she hired in the first place?

Looking for info on Donald Gordon the former spouse of Karen Eileen Gordon.

Karen Eileen Gordon went bankrupt in Victoria, B.C. in 2010. Three years after her divorce from Donald Gordon. She is anti-Semitic, hates Aboriginals, used to hate the Asians until her conversion to the Fifth Column after she shifted her political support to the Liberals. She has used over 200 different nyms in a desperate attempt to avoid kill filters over the years. She is a A.U.K. award winner and a chronic liar. Her best sexual experience was with Jiam Gohmeshi. She is in the bottom 20% of Canadians for assets. She is a total idiot.

GORDON, Karen Eileen
SMYTHE RATCLIFFE INSOLVENCY INC v GORDON, Karen Supreme
Bankruptcy Victoria Law Courts 100580 09Feb2010
15Apr2010 View File Details

GORDON, Karen Eilleen
GORDON, Donald v GORDON, Karen Supreme
Family Law Proceedings Vernon Law Courts 40453 26Apr2007
18Sep2008 Access Not Available

Karen Eileen Gordon is a total ho who advocated for a legal red light district in the DTES in 2015.

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!search/Clark$20red$20light$20Crazy$20Carr/can.politics/a--wSvLziLY/GbBD3Twx0JsJ her post is the last in the thread.

How is RCMP Officer Kim Dobranski doing?

Why did Karen Eileen Gordon lose her govt job and why was she hired in the first place?
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Police will be required to make it clear at the outset of a street check that it is voluntary and that citizens are under no obligation to provide their personal information or answer questions.
(Greg; I can understand the police stopping someone and saying , "Sir you match the description of a wanted bank robber can I see your I.D.?" Can't understand I have nothing to do and there are no calls for service on my
cop computer so I will at random ask ppl any question I like. Seems stupid and unconstitutional to me.)
You'd be recognized by any cop in Surrey - and likely the Vancouver area around Stanley Park - Carr. Their more likely approach would be: 'Do you have any cans of spray paint on you?' or 'Are you taking your medications, Mr Carr?' Nothing unconstitutional about stopping a known criminal act repeater.
__________________________
"I took the CBC IQ challenge a few years back and my IQ has slipped to 110.
Booze and drugs ate away some of my IQ and schizophrenia took care of the rest."
~ Greg Carr (2013)
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