The Policing the Pandemic Mapping Project was launched on 4 April, 2020 by Alexander McClelland (Carleton University) and Alex Luscombe (University of Toronto) to track and visualize the massive and extraordinary expansions of police power across Canada in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the unequal patterns of enforcement that may arise as a result. The project aims to bring to light COVID-19 related patterns of police intervention to help understand who is being targeted, what justifications are being used by police, and how marginalized people are being impacted.
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Feb 2, 2021
Alexander McClelland; Alex Luscombe, 2020, "Policing the Pandemic: Tracking the Policing of COVID-19 Across Canada",, Borealis, V8, UNF:6:4JrroBrYGf8JDjCI2e8xHw== [fileUNF]
Database of COVID-19 police enforcement actions across Canada
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