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Barnett considered the apology was not enough, since the officer's stereotypical idea still exists in society.
"The comment that was made by Officer Sanguinetti comes from a place where sexual profiling and victim blaming is inherent and a large trait and we’d like that changed," Barnett said, Toronto Police spokeswoman Meaghan Gray said cautioning women on their state of dress is not part of any police training.