Too many Canadians are being denied jobs, places in school or entry into the United States because police services are disclosing information they shouldn’t during criminal record checks, says a new report.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) released a report Monday which accuses police of disclosing “non-conviction” information including withdrawn charges, acquittals and complaints to police where charges were never laid.
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