Daljit S. Nirman argues for a reevaluation of police oversight in Ottawa, emphasizing the need for proactive community involvement and transparent governance. He highlights the shortcomings of the current system, noting that police boards often lack accountability and are influenced by partisan appointments. Nirman suggests limiting board members to two consecutive terms to ensure fresh perspectives and prevent stagnation. He also advocates for the new Inspector General of Policing to have the authority to enforce these changes, aiming to enhance community safety and justice.

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