O-8.1 - Act respecting police organization

Full text
124. Every hearing shall be public.
Notwithstanding the first paragraph, the committee may, of its own initiative or upon request, order that a hearing be held in camera or ban the publication or release of any information or document it indicates, in the interest of morality or public order, in particular to protect a person’s privacy or reputation or the confidentiality of a police investigation procedure, a source of information or a police operation procedure.
Every person who, by performing or omitting to perform an act, infringes an order to hold a hearing in camera or an order banning publication or release is guilty of contempt of court.
1988, c. 75, s. 124.