Yes. Thank you. I can obviously speak to that.
We were talking earlier about best practices. To make a comparison, this process, this legislation, is very similar to what we are currently doing with respect to record suspension of pardons. The difference is that under a records suspension decision by the Parole Board of Canada, we sequester the information, and in doing so, federal agencies and police partners are directed that we will communicate with them with the view of sequestering the information they have that would make reference to that charge, to that conviction, whether it's on a local records management system or whatnot. As part of the RCMP, in my duty in terms of being responsible for the national repository of criminal records and fingerprints, my role will be to ensure that this information is deleted from our databases, from the national repository as well as from RCMP databases.
It is the judicial record, but it's also information relating to that record that we're going to direct federal agencies to work on.