Police ethics commissioner rules against disabled Black man who alleged racial profiling in traffic stop

MONTREAL -- A disabled Black man in Laval, Quebec is challenging the Deputy Police Ethics Commissioner's ruling after she rejected his racial profiling complaint for a police stop conducted because the car he was driving was registered under a woman's name.

Pradel Content says he has often been stopped by Laval police and the Center for Research-Action on Race Relations (CRARR) said he has two racial-profiling cases (from 2017 and 2018) before the Quebec Human Rights Tribunal filed against four Laval police officers.

A third complaint is from a traffic stop on March 11, 2020 in front of his home, CRARR said.


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