Toronto Police Service FOIP Request: ‘Crime Gun’ Statistics & Definitions – May 11, 2018
See Summary of RCMP Crime Gun Statistics attached.
NO EVIDENCE CANADA’S GUN CONTROL PROGRAMS ARE WORKING – Canada’s Gun Control Regime (C-17 & C-68) Implemented ‘Despite the Absence of Precise Data’ – More than 20 years of research and 800 Access to Information Act requests by Dennis R. Young – Updated May 10, 2018
RE: ALBERTA JUSTICE WITHHOLDING OF HIGH RIVER ‘LEGAL AUTHORITIES PAPER’ – Letter from Jill Clayton Alberta Information and Privacy Commissioner dated April 19, 2018. SUMMARY OF ISSUES/CONCERNS FOR INQUIRY: “The record Alberta Justice says they can’t find in response to FOIP File: 2015-G-0268 was withheld from me in response to Justice FOIP File: 2017-G-0580.”
BRANDON-SOURIS MP LARRY MAGUIRE’S C-71 ORDER PAPER QUESTIONS ON AUTHORIZATIONS TO TRANSPORT, SOURCES OF CRIME GUNS, AND FIREARMS REVOKATIONS – House of Commons Order Paper and Notice Paper NO. 286 – THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 2018
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE FREE? By Larry Maguire on March 28, 2018 https://www.larrymaguire.ca/what_does_it_mean_to_be_free
Will we have to wait another year for the RCMP to answer these questions?
The Dept. of Justice routinely released error rates when they ran the firearms program under Jean Chretien. So much for Justin Trudeau’s promise for a more open and transparent government. Missing Information Complaint to the Information Commissioner – April 21, 2018
DECEMBER 3, 2017 – Public Safety Canada responded: “A thorough search was conducted and Public Safety Canada was unable to locate any records responding to your request. Agencies report their inventory to the RCMP which maintains the relevant database. Public Safety Canada does not collect or maintain statistics from this database.”
APRIL 11, 2018 – RCMP responded: “Based on the information provided, a search for records was conducted with the Canadian Fire Arms Program. Unfortunately, we were unable to locate records which respond to this request. Section 117.07 of the Criminal Code sets out various exemptions to the Firearms Act and specifies who qualifies for these exemptions. As the Criminal Code falls under the purview of the Department of Justice, it is suggested that this ATIP request be sent to the Department of Justice. Once the Departments and Agencies have been identified, they will each need to be contacted individually to obtain the answers to the remaining questions, as the RCMP does not own any of this information.”
QUESTION #1: IF THE RCMP CAN LOSE 125 FIREARMS (see link below), HOW MANY GUNS HAVE THE OTHER FEDERAL DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES LOST? QUESTION #2: HOW MANY LOST FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GUNS ‘FELL INTO THE WRONG HANDS?’ https://dennisryoung.ca/2016/05/31/rcmp-release-list-of-124-firearms-they-lost-or-had-stolen-from-them/