We have Corporal Graham here, who runs the program for the RCMP, and he was the one who said we would be light years ahead of other countries. I'm certainly not an expert on how they have done this in the 46 U.S. states that have brought this together. Their constitutional arrangements are somewhat different from ours, and they may have had to rely upon the implied consent you give when you get your driver's licence, to say that you will do these various things. We will have it entirely in the code.
With respect to regulations, these regulations do not exist now, but for a person to be certified, they will have to have completed the program, and all of those things will in fact have to be done in regulations. Mr. Pruden and I have optimistically scheduled a meeting with the drafters of regulations, in the expectation that this might fly, in order to go through all the material from the International Association of Chiefs of Police and to begin the process of putting that into Canada's constitutional framework and getting the regulations.
I do know that recertification is required of the officers, and I believe it's every two years. I'm looking at Corporal Graham, and he isn't jumping up and down, so I believe I'm giving you accurate information.