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Open Data

​The Ontario government announced a number of accountability measures supporting its commitment to Open Government by promoting greater transparency in classified agencies. From April 1, 2015, governance documents and expense information must be posted on the OIPRD website.

Open Data Directive

Under Ontario’s Open Data Directive, provincial agencies are required to post a public data inventory of all the data sets they create, collect and/or manage.

Data Inventory

Office of the Independent Police Review Director Legal File System Database

Short Description: This database contains information on all complaints received by the Office of the Independent Police Review Director

Tags: Office of the Independent Police Review Director

Publisher: Office of the Independent Police Review Director

Frequency: Daily

Access Level: Restricted

Rationale: Data contains complainant, police officer and witness personal information and falls under the privacy exemption.

Office of the Independent Police Review Director Annual Report Statistics

Short Description: This dataset contains statistics and performance measures contained within the annual report for the Office of the Independent Police Review Director

Tags: Office of the Independent Police Review Director

Publisher: Office of the Independent Police Review Director

Frequency: Annually

Access Level: Open/Public

Expense Information

The public disclosure of expense information improves transparency, strengthens accountability and helps to ensure the prudent use of taxpayer dollars. The Travel, Meal and Hospitality Expenses Directive requires the posting of expense information by designated individuals and appointees in every provincial agency.

Click on the year and then the month to view expense information.