“I have enough experience to know that unfortunately, it is still the fault of the police,” the president of the Montreal Police Brotherhood told QUB radio on Friday.
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Yves Francoeur thus answered a question from the host concerning relations perceived as being sometimes tense between the police and the homeless.
“Whether it be [aussi] when it comes to racism, all of society’s problems are the fault of the police, ”he continued.
In addition, Mr. Francoeur reported an increase in shootings and violent events since June in Montreal. “Our police are seeing more and more handguns and firearms,” he said, “coming from the United States or via the internet.”
- Listen to Yves Francoeur, president of the Montreal Police Fraternity, on QUB radio: