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"I think there are opportunities for us to learn, grow and develop," said Saunders.
"A lot of our procedures are learned from unique circumstances that have happened.
At a news conference on Friday, Saunders said the investigation will let him know whether there is a procedural, training or other issue that needs to be resolved by the force.
The announcement comes after police updated the public on three separate investigations causing concern in the Church-Wellesley Village.
CBC Toronto previously reported it was Richey's own mother who travelled to Toronto and located her daughter's body on the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov.
29 in the stairwell located outside a building undergoing construction. and she's not seen by any witnesses following that time," Gibson said.
Police also added that they don't have proof that the two cases are related, or that dating apps and social media are tied to their disappearances.
He is described as having light skin, between 5'7" and 6' with a slim build and dark hair, wearing a dark jacket and lighter pants." Richey's death was initially believed to be accidental, but a post-mortem examination found she died of neck compression.
At Friday's news conference, police said her boyfriend was the last person to see her alive and are asking for him to come forward.
Updated information was also provided on "Project Prism," which is the investigation into two missing gay men.
One factor that the chief did point out was the importance of call intake.
"When somebody's calling in to report a missing person, an element of sensitivity is something that I think is necessary.