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Public Safety committee  I can't tell you, sorry. No, I'm just kidding. Of course I can. It's in Ottawa.

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  In our jurisdictions, we have been enforcing all of our injunctions in all of the blockades. I cannot speak specifically to other places of jurisdiction. Currently we have no blockades up in our RCMP jurisdictions. This is having a huge effect not only on the economy and on Canad

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  As police agencies, we never speak about whether or not we are investigating something. It's only after it comes into the public realm of charges that we are able to disclose that information. We never disclose whether or not we are in the midst of an investigation.

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  Thank you for that question. In our jurisdiction, we are applying the law. We had an injunction in mid-February for the Morice forestry service road in the Wet'suwet'en territory. We had discussions and eventually we enforced the injunction. For us, the discussions are not abou

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  Good morning, Mr. Chair. We have a specific policy that we have created for indigenous blockades. Of course, enforcement is the last option. It's about dialogue and trying to find a peaceful resolution to the blockades in the circumstances. It's no different from what's happenin

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commissioner Brenda Lucki

Public Safety committee  When there is an injunction, we have the discretion of a couple of things, mostly the timing and the intensity. We can decide when and how we will enforce, even though the injunction is in place. That's the discretion that we've been given.

February 27th, 2020Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

June 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Health committee  Yes. Normally, though, when we do have a victim, it's basically consent. The victim can provide consent and we can get access to the records.

June 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Health committee  For the lawyers who have the 100 names, if they were to speak with those victims and provide them the option of coming to the police, we would absolutely sit down with each and every victim they have, to look at it from a criminal point of view. That's one thing they could do.

June 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Health committee  They have their own processes, their regulatory processes that we don't get involved in. We go through the Criminal Code, and so it's criminal.... When it comes to regulatory, it's no different from how in our organization we have internal investigations. Maybe it's not against t

June 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Health committee  It depends. If they feel it was criminal they should be bringing it forward to the police. It's no different from it is when we do an internal investigation. If we get enough reason to believe—reasonable and probable grounds—that a criminal matter has occurred, then we would go t

June 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Health committee  If it's urgent, you can call 911, obviously. Each town has its own local number, which—

June 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Health committee  You could present your complaint to another police agency and they would take it to the police of jurisdiction. If you wanted to, if you trusted the police in Alberta, you could go over to Alberta and make your complaint, but the complaint would come back to Saskatchewan, the pol

June 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Health committee  There's 911.

June 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki

Health committee  Not to my knowledge, but I'm not 100% sure.

June 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Commr Brenda Lucki