Sunday, 3 July 2016

WILL THE RCMP DO THEIR JOB AND PURSUE JUSTICE? OR WILL THEY CONTINUE TO AID AND ABET THE CRIMINAL ACTIONS OF THE BCSC?

WILL THE RCMP DO THEIR JOB AND PURSUE JUSTICE, OR WILL THEY CONTINUE TO AID AND ABET THE CRIMINAL ACTIONS OF THE BCSC?


 This letter is from the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP, it is to inform us that the Complaints Commission will investigate the obstruction of justice committed by members of the Kelowna RCMP when they stifled our charges filed in July of last year against members of the BCSC. Will the RCMP do the right thing? We will find out..

June 29, 2016 File Number: 2016-1575
Peter D Harris
1285 Toovey Road
Kelowna BC V1X 6R3
Via Email: p.harris@telus.net

Peter D Harris:

Please find enclosed a copy of your public complaint. A copy has also been sent to the RCMP and, as specified in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act, an RCMP public complaint investigator will be appointed to investigate your complaint.
 
The RCMP will notify you within 45 days that they have received your complaint, and then continue to send monthly updates thereafter until their investigation has been concluded.
During the course of the investigation, you will be asked by the investigator to provide a statement. You may also be asked by the investigator to consider an informal resolution to your complaint. Please note that an informal resolution requires your consent, as well as the consent of each subject member, and that if you agree to informal resolution there will be no further investigation as the matter is deemed to have been resolved. If you have any questions about that process, do not hesitate to contact the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission (the Commission) prior to providing your consent.
 
In the absence of an informal resolution, the RCMP will proceed with their investigation and, at the conclusion of that investigation, provide you with a letter of disposition (LOD). The LOD will summarize your complaint, describe the RCMP’s investigation, and advise you of the RCMP’s conclusions. As well, the LOD will include any action the RCMP will take as a result of your complaint. It is important to note that receipt of the LOD also means the RCMP has ended their investigation of your public complaint.
 
If you are dissatisfied with the contents of the LOD, you may request a review by the Commission within 60 days after receiving the LOD. The details on how to make that request will be included in the last paragraph of the LOD. Please note that a review cannot be done until the LOD has been issued.
If you require any further information, you may contact the Commission at www.crcc-ccetp.gc.ca, by telephone at 1-800-665-6878, by fax at 613-960-6147, or by mail at P.O. Box 1722, Station B Ottawa, ON K1P 0B3.
 
The Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP
P.O. Box 1722, Station B Ottawa, ON K1P 0B3 | C.P. 1722, succ. B, Ottawa ON K1P 0B3
Enclosure – 20 pages
 
 
 As always more to come..

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