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PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2020 9:04 am
 


A thread for; Any and all Law Enforcement, Civilian, Rail, or Military, who operate in the space between good members of Canadian Society and the Criminals they are supposed to protect us from.


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You can let this be its first video.


You have to love how the officer is "relocated" after pulling his gun three times in one day. Terminated is what needs to happen. People with that mindset have no business carrying a firearm, or even writing parking tickets for that matter.


Relocation or it's brother, 'Desk Duty', is a common tactic for officers behaving badly.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2020 9:13 am
 


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Might have to open a "Canada Police Misconduct Reports" soon. Lots of traffic on mistreatment, particularly up north. That woman getting shot during a "wellness check." Since then things have started rolling.


I suppose we are in denial that it doesn't happen here.


Unfortunately, yes. Indigenous people are worse off in Canada than blacks are in the US by most indicators. We do have a blind spot about it. There is a lot of hand-wringing and "but look at all we've done for them, how much more can we give" similar to what I hear people in the US say about blacks.


In the North especially. They have had to deal with a long legacy of the RCMP being very heavy handed. That incident of a Mountie hitting a guy with his truck was not even unique. You can tell by the way he opened the door at the right time for maximum effect that he's been practicing.

And it usually goes unreported, because if they stir up trouble the cops will just come out and shoot their sled dogs. then they are well and truly screwed, as that is the major form of transportation, and means of feeding your family.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2020 9:15 am
 


went looking for the kelowna cop just because there's clear video out there of it, and apparently the cops in k-town are back at it again...

Kelowna RCMP launches "review" after video shows cop punching suspect in the face
(from a week ago apparently)

anyway here's the incident i was looking for, the "kicking mountie":


cop was ultiamtely charged with assault, he pled guilty, got only a suspended sentence and 18 months probation.

The victim speaks out


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2020 9:30 am
 


rickc wrote:
You have to love how the officer is "relocated" after pulling his gun three times in one day. Terminated is what needs to happen. People with that mindset have no business carrying a firearm, or even writing parking tickets for that matter.
How odd. I have questions for the CBC shills:
1) Why is the same 3 seconds looped over and over and over again?
2) Why are the CBC script-readers (who can barely read) all wearing purple???


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RCMP watchdog's misconduct reports caught in limbo, stalling their release

The RCMP continues to mull over a number of high-profile investigations completed by its watchdog body involving allegations of Mountie misbehaviour — ultimately stalling their release and raising questions about the effectiveness of public oversight.

"Ultimately, it undermines the legitimacy of the force when individuals don't get answers to the complaints that they have," said Christian Leuprecht, a professor at the Royal Military College who has written extensively on RCMP oversight.

"And all they get is their monthly update letter that your complaint is still with the commissioner."

Calls for changes to the RCMP ramped up this week after an officer in Nunavut was caught on camera using his truck's door to knock a man over before arresting him. Those calls are part of a broader debate in this country about police use of force — inspired both by incidents in Canada and by the continent-wide wave of protests triggered by George Floyd's death in police custody in Minneapolis.

The Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP (the CRCC) is the independent body tasked with reviewing Mounties' behaviour. It receives, on average, more than 2,000 complaints from the public every year, ranging from allegations of wrongful arrest and improper use of force to reports of bad driving.

While it doesn't publicize the results of every review — citing the need to protect complainants' privacy — it does go public with chairperson-initiated complaints and public interest investigations which involve incidents that are already in the public domain.


https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/rcmp-c ... -1.5594861


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2020 11:06 am
 


A serious question...

What are the requirements/prerequisite to become a cop in US/Canada?

Given sensitive history behind, do white police officers are specifically given any kinda instructions regarding black/indigenous community on how to deal with them....

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2020 11:07 am
 


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Sound eerily familiar.

https://www.dallasnews.com/news/investi ... ony-timpa/

We would likely have heard more about this had he been black but the real point is, nobody's immune from this over the top type of police violence no matter the race.


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What are the requirements/prerequisite to become a cop in US/Canada?


To my knowledge, there are very different requirements. Police in Canada have to have some sort of training. They can be trained by the local police force; most have their own training programs. The RCMP training is two years, I believe. You can also get training from recognized services, like the British system, or even Military police. But you still have to have some training from the local force or RCMP though.

Having a secondary degree is also encouraged, such as sociology or law degree.

In the US, there really aren't any common standards as to training. I have read some forces will take people fresh out of high school, or with just military training. It varies throughout the US.


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Fighter wrote:
A serious question...



Given sensitive history behind, do white police officers are specifically given any kinda instructions regarding black/indigenous community on how to deal with them....

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They never used to have that type of training but now that we've started mandatory sensitivity training it's all gotten better. ROTFL

The scary part is that these sociopaths can hide their hate filled tendencies till they're hired and then, once hired the Union, Department and City will cover their ass no matter how many complaints you've been accused of or other unethical confrontations their involved in.

And as I pointed out in a previous post they do this same crap to white people at an even higher rate but because whites as a community still trust the police nothing happens and the people assume it was a one off or an accident rather than what it really was. State sanctioned murder.

I honestly don't think that the protesters should be out there just focusing on racism. They should be out there focusing on what the real problem is. A culture of police violence and brutality that is being perpetrated on every citizen by a small group of police who have found the perfect conduit to express themselves by abusing and killing people.


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They should be out there focusing on what the real problem is. A culture of police violence and brutality that is being perpetrated on every citizen by a small group of police who have found the perfect conduit to express themselves by abusing and killing people.
Meh. Nothing that a good quarantine followed by starvation in the bread lines can not solve.
Get ready for the next canary-in-the-coal-mine wave!


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2020 11:38 am
 


Freakinoldguy wrote:
nobody's immune from this over the top type of police violence no matter the race.


Preaching to the choir sir. I still get anxious when I see a patrol car, after my years long experience with a bully with a badge.


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