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Canada Dashboard Digest | Alberta police say improved transparency should consider officers’ privacy Related reading: Processing, rights, and DSARs under Brazil’s LGPD

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Police in Alberta support improving the transparency of their disciplinary process but said officers’ privacy should be considered, The Globe and Mail reports. Alberta Justice Minister Kaycee Madu said he supports more transparency, including improved access to rulings against officers, which are not automatically released currently. Edmonton Police Chief Dale McFee also supports changes to improve transparency but said there should be a “balance between what should be released and what shouldn’t be released.”
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