A police misconduct database is now available to the public. This makes police accountable. You can see which police officers have had previous incidents and the results of those incidents. It also shows which police forces have more incidents. This is a brilliant way to address the problem.
You can go to https://www.policemisconductdatabase.ca/ to see the database.
It tracks 30 years of data.
I think this should be universally available. What do you think?