Toronto police Superintendent Mark Fenton has been given a formal reprimand and docked 30 days pay for “kettling” orders during the G20 summit.
Fenton was found guilty of discreditable conduct last summer along with 2 counts of unlawful arrest.
The misconduct wasin connection to two incidents of “kettling,” including the boxing-in of hundreds at Queen and Spadina during a torrential downpour.
The ruling means Fenton won’t be fired or demoted for his role in the mass arrests.
The penalty Fenton will receive is a combination of a reprimand and losing 30 days vacation, or working 30 days free.
Those detained or arrested had called for Fenton to be fired while the defence asked for a reprimand or the docking of vacation pay.