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Public Safety committee  Yes. Absolutely.

June 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  I don't have that information in front of me. That particular lawsuit is very new in the sense that I don't even believe it's been certified yet.

June 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  I did mention, first of all, the blanket exercise that we brought in; when I was the commanding officer, I attended the first one with the cadets. An elder comes in and leads that session. We have a specific room that was there before, an indigenous reflection room for members, a

June 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  This is news to me, but it possibly could be because when we brought in gender committees, many of the people on the diversity committee and the gender and harassment committee.... There was a meld of those. We created the gender and harassment committees, which include diversity

June 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  I will follow up.

June 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  I could probably speak to that because we've talked about having that partnership. Actually, I've created a lived indigenous advisory group with retired and current members of the RCMP. One of their suggestions was that maybe people could take the course before they come into the

June 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  I can't emphasize enough the importance of such a review. It's actually we who asked the CRCC to do the review, and not the reverse. It was only because we wanted to be as transparent as we could. The CRCC has done extensive research and a great job on the review. We need to giv

June 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  Thank you. Since I've been in the chair, we've actually introduced, first and foremost, the “blanket exercise” to cadets at Depot. It gives them the history of indigenous cultures and provides the impacts of their actions so that when they go out in the field, they can know what

June 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Commissioner Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  Absolutely. What I can say is that funding.... We've never been funded fully in our budget to be at 40 troops. It's always been at about 18, so every year we need a top-up to get to 40. Regarding your question on vacancy rates, we have had an unprecedented lower vacancy rate, w

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  The way we process resources is that, absolutely, it's the province that decides how many resources they can afford. It's not Ottawa-centric, by any means. When a province can afford certain amounts of additional resources, it will make that request to Ottawa and we will fill tha

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  They absolutely do.

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  Yes, absolutely.

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  The cadets who go into the training academy are for the contract policing environment. As I said, the cadets will come in. They choose where they want to go. We try to accommodate that. However, as for how many resources we can send back to each province, it is dependent on the

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  Yes. Thank you for the question. Much of the money that we received was not only to train RCMP members, but to train the trainers. We also provide support for all police agencies. It's a very specific type of training for drug recognition experts. To have that training, we try

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  Absolutely, thank you for that question. As part of the strategy, there is approximately $201 million over five years and $43 million per year ongoing to bolster our ability to fight cybercrime. This includes the support of the creation of the RCMP national cybercrime coordinati

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki