RCMP watchdog raises serious concerns about strip searches

shockedcanadian

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The creeps among creeps.

Just another reason of many why our allies don't trust us and the Chinese and Russians have their way with Canada.

The plain clothed TPS, OPP, RCMP are a National Security threat to Canada and our allies.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/strip-searches-rcmp-1.5746057

The watchdog for the RCMP says the force has problems with the way it justifies strip searches and needs to better train members about the controversial practice.

In a report made public today, the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission (CRCC) found the rationale and documentation for strip searches "is often lacking."

It specifically calls out the detachment in Iqaluit, where members removed bras.


"The commission found that the RCMP's national personal search policy (including cell block searches) is unclear and inadequate, and that divisional policies pertaining to strip searches are either inadequate or inappropriate, often due to their reliance on national policy," notes the report, which is dated Sept. 30 and was released Thursday morning.
 

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The creeps among creeps.

Just another reason of many why our allies don't trust us and the Chinese and Russians have their way with Canada.

The plain clothed TPS, OPP, RCMP are a National Security threat to Canada and our allies.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/strip-searches-rcmp-1.5746057

The watchdog for the RCMP says the force has problems with the way it justifies strip searches and needs to better train members about the controversial practice.

In a report made public today, the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission (CRCC) found the rationale and documentation for strip searches "is often lacking."

It specifically calls out the detachment in Iqaluit, where members removed bras.


"The commission found that the RCMP's national personal search policy (including cell block searches) is unclear and inadequate, and that divisional policies pertaining to strip searches are either inadequate or inappropriate, often due to their reliance on national policy," notes the report, which is dated Sept. 30 and was released Thursday morning.
When we lived outside of Detroit fifteen years ago we'd often take day trips to Windsor and Toronto. The cleanliness of Canadian cities never failed to impress, nor did the seemingly abundant hospitality and freedom of the people there. We even considered becoming Canadian citizens ourselves. Now, however, I wouldn't go near Canada (or Australia) if someone paid me a pretty penny . . . unless we're talking the deep north, something like Great Bear or Slave Lakes. You folks have gone (nearly) full blooded totalitarian.
 

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