The Vancouver Sun is reporting that "The union representing members of the Surrey Police Service says 94 per cent of officers have “no intention” of joining the RCMP, despite a suggestion from Surrey Mayor Brenda Locke that they do just that. They left RCMP for a reason."
CBC is reporting that (Another) "national class-action lawsuit against the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, alleging failure to provide a workplace free from bullying, intimidation, and harassment, has been certified by the Federal Court of Canada."
"Veteran Mounties Geoffrey Greenwood and Todd Gray, of Alberta, the representative plaintiffs, allege a culture of systemic bullying, intimidation and harassment permeated the organization from its highest levels and affected everyone who worked for the national force."
CBC is also reporting that "Sgt. Greenwood's troubles began in 2007 when he was based in Yellowknife, N.W.T. He was leading a major drug and money-laundering investigation across the North.
According to the lawsuit, Greenwood was assigned to look into allegations from a woman arrested for money-laundering who alleged some RCMP officers were on the take."
It appears to be so bad you have to wonder if they'd go so far as to hack a local election.
It's not like it would be the first time, :coughKelownacoughcough:ReplyDelete
Emergency act inquiry just shows that nobody will ever face any justice or accountability in the RCMP or parliament Canada is a banana republic.ReplyDelete
The Emergency act inquiry is not an inquiry it's a cover up just like the Mass shooting and both Missing women inquiries were.Delete
The Surrey council is having to cut pay for municipal force to zero! They get nothing..ReplyDelete
Is it just me or does that Stetson look kind of out of place with the whole tactical rig? I thought that was only worn with the red dress uniform.ReplyDelete
It's alright. Looks good with the AR.Delete