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Canada Dashboard Digest | Saskatoon police hire first access and privacy officer Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Canada Managing Director, July 21, 2017

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The Saskatoon Police Service has hired its first access and privacy officer, Kayla Oishi, as the Saskatchewan province prepares for its forthcoming subjugation to the province's freedom of information law, Saskatoon StarPhoenix reports. "Oishi’s job is to balance the need for police transparency with people’s right to privacy," the report states. "Before any documents are released, she goes through them to ensure that any personal information is removed unless it is the personal information of the person requesting the documents." Currently, Oishi is developing the official FOIP form, the report adds. 
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