It doesn't relate to Mr. Harris' question. What I just wanted to say, and I'll come back to this because it's very important, is that there are people who are killed by supervised inmates in the community.
Earlier I was talking about Celia Ruygrok, a case which led to a commission of inquiry. We were talking about the Ruygrok case; after an individual was ten minutes late for curfew, there was a warning to the police and the suspension process was launched. Shortly after that, Louise Pargeter, another parole officer, was murdered, again in a CRC. The commission of inquiry asked questions, looked for a culprit. The Correctional Service decided that there would no longer be a single parole officer who would meet the inmate at his home, but two.
That's the way it is every time there's an incident. There was the Arbour Commission of Inquiry. Not long ago, there were 11 staff members in Edmonton who were fired. It's like that all the time.