” Turns out that every aspect of Quebec public service is completely corrupt. Unfortunately, it is not just the city of Montreal that needs more investigation, it is:
– the SQ for giving themselves illegal bonuses and shutting down investigations that touch the “gouvernement national”.
– The MUC police force, and their contracts between Yvan Delorme and BCIA
– Union Montreal. It appears that at their fundraisers, they sometimes keep part or all of the money.
– We can look forward to “the corruption float” this Sunday which will be led by Montreal’s new mayor mayor Michael “I swear I am not under investigation” Applebaum.
PS: Merci to the SQ for tipping off the mayor about current UPAQ investigations. Obviously nothing has changed..”
OTTAWA — A new report by a respected international human rights watchdog has accused RCMP officers of abusing aboriginal women and girls in northern British Columbia. http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/scathing-report-accuses-b-c-mounties-of-raping-abusing-aboriginal-girls-1.1154727
Human rights group says RCMP, native relationship ‘dysfunctional’ -A number of women interviewed by Human Rights Watch researchers alleged that RCMP officers used excessive force in arresting them, mistreated them while they were in custody and, in some cases, physically or sexually assaulted them. Many of the aboriginal women he spoke with did not trust police and felt little confidence that any complaints would be addressed. He said he was surprised to find that the fear of police expressed by some of the women was comparable with what he has seen in post-conflict situations in countries such as Iraq and Libya. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/human-rights-group-says-rcmp-native-relationship-dysfunctional/article8572404/
Ottawa Mountie, held on child abuse charges, faces: Three counts of aggravated assault. Three counts of assault with a weapon. One count of aggravated sexual assault. One count of failing to provide the necessaries of life. One count of forcible confinement. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/story/2013/02/14/ottawa-rcmp-officer-charged-child-abuse-investigation.html
RCMP has a bullying problem, watchdog says. Commission chairman Ian McPhail said about 90 per cent of the complaints involved bullying. Only four per cent of the complaints dealt with sexual harassment, A national police force where abuse of authority is possibly a systemic problem means a really bad Police force! and the simple perception of a continual pattern of poor treatment of employees is enough to rattle all public confidence in RCMP and severely already tarnished the force’s reputation. Instead of them all talking about the problems, do something How about some real solutions to problems within the RCMP? Real Accountability instead of cover-ups and transfers, real punishments now too, Punishments that fit the crime plus no more two or three year plus investigations into wrong-doing. about the RCMP. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2013/02/14/rcmp-harassment-report-ian-mcphail.html
The former commander of the RCMP detachment in Merritt appears in provincial court in Kelowna , charged with the theft of drugs from a police evidence locker. http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Former+Merritt+RCMP+detachment+commander+court+drug+charges/7953175/story.html?
it’s time the RCMP looked at the questionable spending practices – their own and the others http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2013/02/13/ndp_seeks_rcmp_probe_into_senate_expenses_controversy.html …
Now “it’s true that police costs in general, and police salaries in particular, are out of control. Total spending on police services nationally has doubled since 1997, reaching $12-billion. While the average Canadian income has grown by 11 per cent over the past decade, the average police salary has grown by 40 per cent. Policing is doing to municipal budgets what health care is doing to provincial budgets: threatening to consume them.” Both need better cost control management too.. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/death-of-internet-bill-gives-toews-new-life-to-beat-the-drum-on-policing-costs/article8584719/?
Police chiefs from across Canada are being urged to look at radical new approaches to public safety as they struggle to meet growing demands to keep their budgets in check http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/canadas-police-forces-have-to-innovate-or-cut-back-toews-tells-summit/article7409314/
The cost of policing cannot continue to rise indefinitely in Canada, or cities will end up bankrupt. Pools, camps, parks and libraries will have to close. Police in England and several U.S. cities have already undertaken drastic and innovative reforms to transform the delivery of law enforcement for a modern era This has not yet happened in Canada. But there is no time to waste. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/commentary/editorials/cost-of-policing-in-canada-cannot-continue-to-rise/article7437935/