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Support For The RCMP

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A letter to all Canadian Parliamentarians and Senators from RCMPVA President, Sandy Glen This letter is being provided to all Senators and Members of Parliament. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that twice in the past weeks RCMP members in Atlantic Canada have been attacked. We believe the lack of support […]

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Update on the deeming of civilian members

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NATIONAL DISTRIBUTION TO INDIVIDUAL MAILBOXES APPROVED BY COMMISSIONER BRENDA LUCKI ON MARCH 2, 2020. Update on the deeming of civilian members I know that our civilian members (CMs) are anxiously awaiting for word on the way forward on deeming, and I committed to keeping you informed of the decisions that are being made.  This decision […]

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RCMP Federal Policing

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The Division’s attention has been drawn to a recent (April 10, 2019) article that examines the increasing inability of the RCMP to staff it’s white collar crime positions due to redeployment of officers to counter-terrorism and general detachment duties. While not in the article it should be noted that the Force is also facing basic […]

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Toronto police sex crimes investigators say there are “no grounds” to lay criminal charges against a former RCMP doctor.

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Dave Seglins, Rachel Houlihan · CBC News · Posted: Feb 13, 2019 4:00 AM ET I’m in shock’: Toronto police rule out charges after 30 women accuse former RCMP doctor of sexual assault(CBC News) Warning: This story contains graphic details Toronto police sex crimes investigators say there are “no grounds” to lay criminal charges against […]