Regina Police Chief Evan Bray and Chair of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Special Purpose Committee (SPC) on Firearms: “This committee is working towards being able to produce a report outlining the national situation and trends of criminal gun sourcing, gun-related issues hampering police investigations, and offer potential options to be considered further by the Board of Directors. The focus of this work is not on law abiding firearms owners who have a lawful, legal purpose and right to their firearms.” Excerpt from an email received from the Regina City Police Access and Privacy Team dated September 16, 2019 in response to my Freedom of Information request dated August 10, 2019 – FOIP FILE #19-0119.
National and International Gun Control News for the week ending September 13, 2019
FOIP Request filed May 20, 2019 – Toronto Police Service Letter dated Sept. 04, 2019 – Received Sept. 13, 2019 by Dennis R. Young
EXCERPT: “If we do not hear from you by September 24, 2019, I will assume you are no longer interested in pursuing this request and close the file.” Mr. P. McGee, Coordinator, Access & Privacy Section, Toronto Police Service.
Letter from Ontario Solicitor General’s FOIP Office dated September 3, 2019 – Received by Dennis R. Young September 7, 2019
IN 2006, PUBLIC SAFETY CANADA ADMITTED 6,500 CFRO HITS PER DAY IS ‘MISLEADING’
Public Safety Canada website May 17, 2006: “Whenever police officers access the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) for any reason, such as for a simple address check, an automatic hit is generated with CFRO whether the information is desired or not.”
Inadequate Search Complaint to Information Commissioner – RCMP ATIP file: A-2019-05230 – by Dennis R. Young – September 7, 2019
National and International Gun Control News for the week ending September 6, 2019
ONTARIO SOLICITOR GENERAL DENIES ACCESS TO FIREARMS INTEREST POLICE (FIP) FILES IN MURDER-SUICIDE CASE
Complaint to Ontario Information Commissioner by Dennis R. Young – September 2, 2019
EXCERPT: The records I have requested from the Solicitor General and the Ontario Provincial Police will help the Domestic Violence Death Review Committee in the conduct of their review of the Mark Jones murder-suicide and answer questions as to why he was able to retain possession of his firearms after serious reports had been filed with police. It’s clear from information being made available to Parliament and the public that the RCMP and the Ontario Chief Firearms Office do not collect enough information on an ongoing basis nor have they done a sufficient evaluation of the effectiveness of the two ‘Red Flag’ systems aimed exclusively at licensed gun owners implemented by the Firearms Act passed by the Federal Parliament in 1995, namely; the Firearms Interest Police (FIP) Database and the Canadian Firearms Registry Online (CFRO).
RECENT NEWS STORIES ABOUT PRIORITY TARGETS THE FIREARMS ACT DOES NOT TRACK
Two million licensed gun owners are required to report their addresses to police but NOT the more than 443,000 convicted criminals prohibited from owning firearms by the courts! By Dennis R. Young – September 1, 2019
National and International Gun Control News for the week ending August 31, 2019
This despite their admission that they can’t answer three very important questions about crime guns
Winnipeg Police Service Letter dated August 23, 2019 in response to my FOIP request dated August 13, 2019