In its 20 year history, the SIU has often been the subject of controversy and scrutiny. As a result the Unit has undergone numerous external reviews and subsequent reports which examined issues of SIU - police co-operation, limited resources and operational effectiveness. In several cases these reports have played a significant role in shaping the organization today.
Ombudsman Report: Investigation into the Ministry of the Attorney General’s implementation of recommendations concerning reform of the Special Investigations Unit.
Patrick LeSage Report: Report regarding SIU Issues
Ombudsman’s Report: Oversight Unseen: Investigation into the Special Investigations Unit’s operational effectiveness and credibility”
Adams II: Review Report on the Special Investigations Unit Reforms prepared for the Attorney General of Ontario by The Honourable George W. Adams, Q.C.
- Adams II: Review Report on the Special Investigations Unit Reforms prepared for the Attorney General of Ontario by The Honourable George W. Adams, Q.C.
Adams I: Consultation Report of the Honourable George W. Adams, Q.C. to the Attorney General and Solicitor General Concerning Police Cooperation with the Special Investigations Unit"
McLeod Report: A Report and Recommendations on Amendments to the Police Services Act Respecting Civilian Oversight of Police
Racism in Ontario: Report to the Premier by Stephen Lewis
Clare Lewis Report: The Task Force On Race Relations and Policing