Halifax police chief to apologize to black citizens for racial bias in policing

Halifax's police force will formally apologize to Nova Scotia's black community for a long history of racial bias in policing and the use of street checks in recent years, the city's chief of police announced Monday.

Chief Daniel Kinsella told the city's board of police commissioners that street checks have increased mistrust in his force that has been building over the past two centuries.

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