Thank you, Minister.
Some of the things that we've been looking at, obviously, have been to update our de-escalation and crisis intervention training and recertifying that training annually. I've been leading a discussion with the various police chiefs across the country on our intervention model.
We've created two task forces. One will be looking at a standardized framework for intervention. The second one is in response to mental health or wellness calls. That is, again, to share best practices and to find the best ways to deal with such calls, because they are obviously on the increase. We are looking at our datasets. We've recently put many of those statistics on our website, such as the use of physical intervention on our calls for service, and we added employee diversity.
We're looking at anti-racism training—to be mandatory—but it will be slightly delayed because we are going to co-develop that anti-racism training with the people who are most impacted by that and getting a lot of input to create that training. But in the meantime, we have rolled out cultural and humility training, and all senior managers have taken it. It's rolled out to all employees, and it will be mandatory for each and every employee.
We are looking at race-based data and, of course, you've heard of our rollout looking at body-worn cameras. Right now, we are implementing those body-worn cameras in Nunavut. We're testing them, and they will be out soon in Nunavut, but we are doing a request for information so that we can get the most modern technology in those cameras across the country.
We have established an Office for RCMP-Indigenous Co-Development, Collaboration and Accountability that will reach into the communities.
Of course, we're continuing to implement our national and divisional reconciliation strategies. We want to increase the use of restorative justice, especially with a focus on pre-charge restorative justice. We want to advance equity, diversity and inclusion within our organization as well, and we've completed an equity and diversity inclusion strategy.
We also are looking at strengthening timelines for public complaint processes and updating our cadet training program to reflect all of these changes, including adding in the “blanket exercise”, as well as a trauma-informed approach to dealing with victims.
We've created a missing persons module that is specifically targeted at the subject of the missing indigenous women file, so the cadets will learn not only about the actual file and how to investigate, but also about the cultural sensitivities that go with those people most impacted by such crimes.