Iacobucci's report recommends the Toronto Police Service:

1. Create a police and mental health oversight body

2. Educate officers on available mental health resources

3. Amend procedure so that contact with the Mobile Crisis Intervention Team be notified of any incidents

4. Try to bridge the divide between police and people living with mental health issues

5. Prepare a formal statement setting out its commitments to people experiencing mental health issues

6. Require new constables to complete a mental health first aid course

7. Give preference to recruits with experience in community service, a higher education and involvement in a mental health community

8. Update parts of the TPS job applications online to reflect new job qualifications

9. Consider recruiting from specific educational programs

10. Hire new constables demonstrating diversity of specialization, skills and life experience

11. Use psychologists to assess positive traits and absence of mental illness

12. Include psychologists in hiring decisions

13. Compile data to allow evaluation of psychological screening tests

14. Create a group specifically to consider the role of psychological services within TPS

15. Place more emphasis on containment, de-escalation and use of force as part of recruit training

16. Consider additional tools, like checklists, for dealing with people in crisis

17. Consider extending the 20-week training period

18. Give more time for in-service training

19. Require officers to re-qualify annually

20. Consider tailoring mental health training to specific officers

21. Improve training process with exposure and peer learning

22. Collaborate with researchers to develop a system for analysing the effectiveness of training

23. Include psychologists, police college trainers, mental health nurses and others in training

24. Refine evaluation process for supervising officers who are best equipped to respond appropriately to people in crisis

25. Create a service-wide procedure for debriefing

26. Develop a procedure that permits debriefing on a real-time basis, despite special investigations unit investigations

27. Develop a network of mental health "champions" within the service

28. Establish an early intervention process for identifying incidents of behaviour indicating weakness in responding to mental health crises

29. Review discipline procedure

30. Create incentives for officers to put mental health training into practice

31. Revise the process for performance reviews and promotions

32. Enforce procedures that require officers to attempt to de-escalate situations

33. Create a formal statement on psychological wellness for TPS members

34. Establish a comprehensive psychological health and safety management system

35. Provide mandatory annual wellness visits with psychologists for all officers within their first two years of service

36. Consider less frequent periodic mandatory wellness visits

37. Promote a greater understanding of the role and availability of TPS psychologists

38. Consider creating an internal support network for officers who have experienced traumatic incidents

39. Consider creating a new procedure to address officers' mental health

40. Provide supervising officers with training to monitor other officers' psychological wellness

41. Revise use of force procedure following provincial and international guidelines

42. Regularly update use of force procedure

43. Develop a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)

44. Implement 10 elements of the Memphis/Hamilton CIT model

45. Study the effectiveness of CIT officers

46. Amend procedures to allow a CIT officer to take charge of a call when a person in crisis is involved

47. Establish a six-month probation period for officers assigned to the Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT)

48. Expand the availability of MCIT officers

49. Require supervising officers to take the MCIT training course

50. Award and recognize officers with exemplary MCIT service

51. Encourage supervising officers to promote awareness of the MCIT

52. Include sessions for MCIT members to educate other officers

53. Consider amending procedure to identify exceptions to usual rules for persons in crisis

54. Solicit the input of MCIT members to learn from first-hand experience

55. Advocate a strudy on the medical effects of conducted energy weapons (Tasers)

56. Build a database of standardized information on conducted energy weapons

57. Amend use of force and conducted energy weapons forms

58. Collaborate with local health integration networks, hospitals, emergency medical services and others

59. Conduct a pilot project to assess the potential for expanding access to conducted energy weapons

60. Ensure anyone given a conducted energy weapon wears a camera or recording device

61. Ensure conducted energy weapon reports are reviewed regularly

62. Discipline those who over-rely on or misuse conducted energy weapons

63. Provide additional training on use and misuse of conducted energy weapons

64. Require detailed reports of de-escalation measures used before the use of a conducted energy weapon

65. Monitor data downloaded from conducted energy weapons

66. Review data gathered from conducted energy weapons

67. Revise the conducted energy weapon procedure

68. Review the best practices on safety of conducted energy weapons

69. Consider guidelines on the appropriate use of conducted energy weapons

70. Require that all officers with conducted energy weapons have completed training in mental health first aid and de-escalation techniques

71. Ensure training on conducted energy weapons is updating regularly

72. Issue body-worn cameras to all police who may encounter people in crisis

73. Develop a protocol for protecting the privacy of information recorded by body-worn cameras

74. Review alternative equipment and tactical approaches

75. Create an advisory committee to advice the chief of police on how to implement recommendations

76. Issue a public report on the progress made towards meeting Iacobucci's recommendations

77. Have the chief of police play a leadership role in the implementation of the recommendations

78. Appoint a senior officer to assume responsibility for the implementation of the recommendations

79. Create an implementation team

80. Appoint an officer for each division and unit to be in charge of the implementation of the recommendations

81. Seek further study, examination and analysis of specific issues

82. Take a leadership role in forging and fostering the relationships outlined by the recommendations

83. Collaborate with academic researchers, hospitals and others to evaluate the TPS procedures

84. Conduct a follow-up review