You raise another excellent point, in the sense that our business intelligence is not strong in that area.
We have what's called the police resourcing methodology. It is so labour-intensive to figure out how many police officers we need in a given area. In a place like Vancouver or Toronto it's very easy to do, because it's in one geographical location. When you're dealing with the north, where somebody might have to go on a snowmobile or a boat to a complaint, it's very hard to measure the time and distance geography. They might have to fly in to another community, because we don't have police detachments in every community.
Doing that ratio is very labour-intensive. Divisions can only do two of those a year. We need better intelligence to say how many people or police officers we need to adequately police a community; absolutely.