Councillor Michelle Berardinetti says ‘warrant checks’ a safety concern for homeless shelter clients and workers

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Councillor Michelle Berardinetti wants city shelter staff to be able to do “warrant checks” on the homeless.

Berardinetti is asking city council to vote this coming week to authorize frontline shelter staff to request Toronto Police and other agencies to run names of individuals staying in a shelter “when they deem it necessary for the security and safety of other clients or shelter staff.”

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