Toronto Police Releases Podcast Episode 5 with Obie & Ax Inc.,
24 Shades of Blue features Superintendent Stacy Clarke and Audrey Campbell
Broadcast time: 20:41
Date: Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Unit: Corporate Communications
The Toronto Police Service has launched its fifth episode of the 24 Shades of Blue podcast with Obie & Ax.
Episode 5 features Superintendent Stacy Clarke and Audrey Campbell, former President of the Jamaican Canadian Association. Together, Superintendent Clarke and Ms. Campbell co-chair the Police and Community Engagement Review committee, now known as PACER 2.0.
Interviewed by Axel Villamil of Obie & Ax, Stacy speaks about the strength and perseverance it took to become the Toronto Police Service's first Black female Superintendent while Audrey shares her years of community activism and what it means to develop partnerships based on integrity and authenticity.
Episode 5 was recorded to share the work of PACER 2.0 and the Know Your Rights sub-committee in creating the Service's Know Your Right campaign, including a video that was launched in January 2021.
All episodes can be found on Google Podcasts, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, and many other places podcasts can be found. Click here for the podcast provider of your choice.
To go straight to the Know Your Rights campaign, visit our website.
Obie & Ax podcasts are available to 70 million followers across North America and tackle top news stories, mental health & addiction, entrepreneurship and celebrity interviews. A portion of their equity is owned by the Sick Kids Foundation and they have a distinguished Advisory Board, including Michelle Romanow from Dragon’s Den.
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Meaghan Gray, Corporate Communications