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Toronto police officer accused of helping cops cheat promotions exam pleads guilty to misconduct

  • Supt. Stacy Clarke, the first Black woman to hold a high-ranking position in Toronto's police service, admitted to helping her mentees cheat in a promotional interview process she oversaw. The guilty plea includes charges of breach of confidence and discreditable conduct.
  • While serving on the interview panel, Clarke took pictures of questions and answer rubrics and shared them with six constables seeking promotions to sergeant. She even provided coaching to one of them at her home.
  • Clarke's actions violated the advice given to her regarding communication with applicants she was mentoring, leading to her disciplinary tribunal and guilty plea.
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