Province calls for probe into alleged misconduct by senior Durham police officers

The community safety minister referred the allegations to the Ontario Civilian Police Commission, which has started a preliminary review. The Star has learned that multiple Durham police employees filed complaints to the ministry concerning the conduct of police brass.

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