Absolutely, Mr. Harris. I think in my presentation I illustrated about seven principles with a human rights-centric focus embedded in a policy by the Ontario Human Rights Commission that they issued in 2019. I think all chiefs would say they like the seven principles, but thus far we have not had a chief successfully implement all the recommendations. There is work to be done. I think it would be inaccurate to say that we are in good stead. I think you are hearing from Peter Sloly, Chief McFee, Chief Larkin and me that we are in that consortium of the willing and are saying there's more we can do. I think we can achieve that. I think at this point we are not doing it as a wholesale entity across policing.
There is space there, I think, at a provincial level and at a federal level for some of these practices to be brought together. Chief Larkin referenced them as a tool kit. I think at a municipal level it can be framed out and hand-held and delivered to different chiefs. There is space for us to do it, and I agree 100% that we—