Deputy Premier and Minister of Public Security Geneviève Guilbault has confirmed that Quebec will hold an investigation into the wrongful arrest of Mamadi Camara. \nGuilbault has recommended to a council of ministers that "the Honourable Justice Louis Dionne be given the mandate to conduct an inquiry into the SPVM."\nEditor's Choice: This Montreal Metro Map Shows The Median Condo Price Around Every Station\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nThe confidence of our citizens in our police and judicial institutions is at stake.\n\n\nGeneviève Guilbault\n\n\nCamara was arrested on January 28 after a Montreal police officer was attacked.\nOn February 3, the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions ruled that Camara was innocent. He was released after six days.\nA few days later, SPVM police chief Sylvain Caron publicly apologized to Camara.\nA public and political outcry followed, with leaders, including Mayor Valérie Plante, demanding an investigation into the incident.\nJustice Louis Dionne will validate "the relevance of the actions taken by police officers based on the legal framework and recognized practices in this area" and be able to recommend "concrete measures to be implemented in order to prevent such a situation from reoccurring."\n\n"He will be able to help us better understand the events, identify the difficulties that may arise in this type of investigation, and above all, if need be, find concrete solutions to correct the shortcomings," said Guilbault. \nThe results of the report will be made public "in whole or in part, insofar as it is possible to do so without prejudice to a police investigation or possible legal proceedings."\nDionne will begin his investigation on February 22.