If you have always wanted to share a concern or ask a question about policing in Toronto, you can do so Wednesday, thanks to social media.
Police Chief Mark Saunders will be taking part in a Twitter Q&A, starting at 4:00 p.m., and by doing so, he’ll become the first police chief in Canada to partner with the site.
The virtual discussion will cover a variety of topics, determined by Twitter users, and those who want to take part are being asked to tweet @MarkSaundersTPS, and use #AskChiefSaunders.
“We have done extensive community consultations for the Transformational Task Force. But we know we’re not reaching everyone. I hope this opportunity from Twitter will help us hear from everyone on the modernization of policing in Toronto.” – Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders
“As Toronto Police consults communities across Toronto on safety and modernization, Twitter is a natural space to host a question and answer with the Chief of Police. Citizens can #AskChiefSaunders questions from wherever they are, as well as participate in the conversation at large.” – Jennifer Hollett, Head of News and Government at Twitter Canada.
— Toronto Police (@TorontoPolice) October 11, 2016
— Mark Saunders (@marksaunderstps) October 11, 2016