Policing and Crime During COVID-19

published 5 months ago

With citizens forced to stay indoors, nearly all major crime in cities such as Toronto has dropped. As a result, the job of law enforcement has shifted considerably. New roles include enforcing social distancing, ensuring businesses are shuttered, and delivering fines to those that haven't yet closed their doors. The Agenda welcomes Andy Pattenden, York Regional Police Sergeant and media relations officer, to discuss how police officers are coping with their new tasks?

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