This webpage is created by me, paid for by me and it takes a lot of work to do this you probably never work harder than when you are trying to save your own life.
At this point, there’s nowhere else to go.
My name is Shelley, Tundra is my real life service dog. This is a webpage I created in March 2018 and Published in April 2018. I guess you could say Tundra inspired me to create this outlet to express my frustration. I originally started this page to post photos of Tundra my service dog and all the life saving tasks she provides for me but its not possible to post photos of all the tasks she provides for me because most of the essential tasks she provides are never seen in public nor do I feel like I need to share my personal and private life with people I don't know, so, it evolved. The service Tundra provides to me in my everyday life is essential , she saves my life everyday.
Know the difference.
As I have said on my art website my career is a visual artist.
I' don't know how to unbe someone who creates visual art or uses self expression.
Tundra as well as myself has been very badly exploited.
Nothing on this webpage about me is for sale and nothing is to be to be exploited. I request you respect this statement.
After abuse you go through safety planning, here's the truth, you can take all the measures you want but if someone is going to hurt you they will do it anyway.
Another thing is online safety, I'm not here because I want to be, I'm here because I have to be here.
That is the truth, that is not a choice, its called survival.
Unless you've experienced these sort of abuses it'd be hard to understand.
Who do you end up detesting more the people who abused you or the people who did nothing but could have.
Speak out or suffer in silence.
You can't stop abuse if you don't speak out.
Speak out against abuse.
Not the first thing I thought of, but, I thought
I'm dedicating some of this site to information pertaining to sexual harassment and assault. Remember, essentials to survival - This shouldn't be one of them.
Sexual assault is ;
Illegal sexual contact that usually involves force upon a person or is inflicted upon a person who is incapable of giving consent.
Sexual harassment constitutes a violation of the right to protection of health and to safety in working conditions under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Women's Convention, the ILO Convention No. 155 (Occupational and Health) and the ILO Convention No. 161 (Occupational Health Services). CEDAW General Recommendation 19 also recognizes that sexual harassment may "constitute a health and safety problem."
Victims who have been marginalized don’t trust and that mistrust is even higher for those continue to face additional systemic barriers. In my opinion some of the reason why is the criminal justice system from the police to the crown attorneys, justify abusers and criminalize victims.
I filed my Human Rights application Nov 30, 2016. I had to file another Human Rights complaint July 18, 2018 and this is going to a Merits hearing for my allegations of sexual harassment, harassment and other code grounds of discrimination leading up to, during and after the June 13, 2018. As of March 30, 2020 I've had one day of hearings so far, I did my best, couldn't have done any better than I did. Its going to take more than one day so await dates for the continuation. I still get discretely harassed even going though this process, makes it trying at the best of times. They don't make your life easy, that's for sure.
This web page is a step I had to take and continue to take to enforce my code rights. canlii.org/en/on/laws
Money doesn't buy forgiveness, it doesn't undo what happen and it will never take away the pain, the fear and humiliation I felt, feel, or the mistrust and loss of confidence they have shown me I have every right to feel and will live with the rest of my life. I feel this website I created out of fear is serving as a public remedy to address the completely unacceptable systemic practices of discrimination .
I have no idea what it takes to change Institutional systemic abuse.
All I know for sure, is, I spoke up for myself because I care what happens to other people, that is the right thing to do.
The perception others have of me; I have no idea, the harassment has been so severe, they destroyed my reputation to myself.
They made me feel worthless, degraded, and indignant, what does it matter what anyone else thinks when I've been made to feel so worthless.
They have damaged my reputation substantially!
I felt I had no other option than to create a public website to try to save myself from extreme harassment, this resulted in me having to disclose things I would not have normally done if I had not been put in this position by the organizational respondent. My thoughts are my own.
A victim of domestic and sexual violence should not be put in the position in a public setting where they have to prove anything.
This isn't who I am, its what happen to me.
on July 11, 2016 while in the province of Ontario in Ontario Provincial Police jurisdiction, persons unknown to me entered my home illegally took control of all my property and had unfettered access to every piece of personal and private information a person could possible until March 2017. My service dog and I were left homeless, in shock and extremely fearful with no access to my own property including my clothing and my vehicle. Everything I owned.
Clan of the Cave e Mammoth Hunter
if at anytime you think I should take something off this webpage, let me know.
June 13, 2018
Policing in Ontario: six principles
Ontario is the first province in Canada to have a Declaration of Principles written into its statutes, with these principles, Ontario’s police are committed to.
- x Ensuring the safety and security of all people and property in Ontario.
- xx Safeguarding the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Ontario Human Rights Code.
- Working closely with the communities they serve.
- x Respecting victims of crime and working to understand their needs.
- x Being sensitive to the diverse, multiracial and multicultural character of Ontario society.
- Ensuring that police services are representative of the communities they serve.
March 15, 2017 telephone call with OPP Sergeant Bruce Sawbridge 2019_Code_of_Silence_award_
Recorded Call duration 5 minutes 26 seconds
Start time 2:16
(Transcription of recorded call 2 minutes)
Leach – what is what exactly is a suppression of evidence
Sawbridge -suppression of evidence
Leach – do you know anybody who has ever suppressed evidence before
Sawbridge – hiding evidence
Leach – ya in a case
Sawbridge – I guess so, yes. I guess so for sure
Leach – do you know somebody who did
Leach- do you know somebody who did that did they happen to work in the Killaloe detachment
Sawbridge – ohh I I don’t know
Leach - were they a detective at one point
June 13, 2018
This was not showing respect or giving dignity to a victim of sexual assault or sexual violence .
June 13, 2018
In addition, the Code prohibits creation of a poisoned environment. A poisoned environment is a form of discrimination and can arise from even a single incident. It may be created by the comments or actions of any person, regardless of his or her status. The comments or conduct do not have to be directed at a particular individual. Gender-based harassment is a specific type of sexual harassment defined as “any behaviour that polices and reinforces traditional heterosexual gender norms.” Human rights law clearly recognizes that sexual harassment is often not about sexual desire or interest at all. In fact, it often involves hostility, rejection, and/or bullying of a sexual nature. “Gender-based harassment.”
A person may be especially vulnerable to sexual harassment when they are identified by more than one Code ground.
Ontario Victims’ Bill of Rights, 1995
S.O. 1995, CHAPTER 6Preamble
The people of Ontario believe that victims of crime, who have suffered harm and whose rights and security have been violated by crime, should be treated with compassion and fairness. The people of Ontario further believe that the justice system should operate in a manner that does not increase the suffering of victims of crime and that does not discourage victims of crime from participating in the justice process.
5. x Victims of sexual assault should, if the victim so requests, be interviewed during the investigation of the crime ONLY by police officers and officials of the same gender as the victim.
6. x A victim’s property that is in the custody of justice system officials should be returned promptly to the victim, where the property is no longer needed for the purposes of the justice system. 1995, c. 6, s. 2 (1).
(2) The following victims shall be presumed to have suffered emotional distress:
2. A victim of a sexual assault.
3. A victim of an attempted sexual assault. 1995, c. 6, s. 3 (2); 1999, c. 6, s. 65 (3); 2005, c. 5, s. 72 (3).
Recording from March 26, 2019
March 15, 2017
O’Dacre – in terms like I said mischief is the act of there’s different elements
to mischief there is damaging your property and again thats how that’s as
I’ve sort of gone through this mischief is what applies more that it applies even more so than theft if
they are damaging your property and interfering with the lawful enjoyment of your property that is mischief
now whether its so yes, we’ve established that its criminal mischief
O’Dacre – Shelley its just the thing of it is
that you we’re the lawful tenant
what happened to you THAT day shouldn’t have happened and your things shouldn’t have been messed with
and as a result of all that you have I would say reason like very real and miserable consequences after
your life had been pretty much turned upside down by all this your getting no argument from me
235 other days or 5616 hours, to be exact, not including THAT day but including this day
Shelley said "I feel abused, controlled and manipulated"