CONFIRMED BREACHES OF CPIC: AN AVERAGE OF 32 TIMES A YEAR BETWEEN 1995-2010. May 14, 2017: Access to Information Request sent to RCMP for updated CPIC statistics. September 8, 2017: Delay Complaint Filed with the Office of the Information Commissioner.
IF YOU SUSPECT YOUR GOVERNMENT FIREARMS INFORMATION HAS BEEN BREACHED: I would ask any gun owner to share their stories with me if you have filed a stolen gun complaint with the RCMP, your local police, your Member of Parliament describing your concerns about criminals having access to your government firearms information. I don’t need a copy of your report only that you made one, the date you made the report and to whom you made the report. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
RCMP SAY THEY HAVE NO STOLEN GUN REPORTS FROM GUN OWNERS WHO SUSPECT THEIR GOVERNMENT FIREARMS INFORMATION WAS ACCESSED BY CRIMINALS
REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE: Before I write the Information Commissioner complaining that the RCMP failed to conduct an adequate search for these records, I would ask any gun owner to share their stories with me if you have filed a stolen gun complaint with the RCMP, your local police, your Member of Parliament describing your concerns about criminals having access to your government firearms information. I don’t need a copy of your report only that you made one, the date you made the report and to whom you made the report.
Please send details about your stolen gun reports to: Dennis R. Young, 1330 Ravenswood Drive SE, Airdrie, Alberta T4A 0P8 Phone: 587-360-1111 E-Mail: mailto:email@example.com Website: https://www.dennisryoung.ca
3,412 firearms seized over six years but records released show only 51 firearms sent to RCMP for destruction.
Exemptions and Missing Records Complaint to Information Commissioner – December 29, 2017
My ATIP REQUEST JULY 18, 2017: What effect did banning of these 581,632 firearms had on reducing violent crime, reducing the number of criminal offences committed with firearms and, generally, what effect these firearms prohibitions have had improving public safety and police safety in Canada? RCMP RESPONSE DECEMBER 5, 2017: “Unfortunately, we were unable to locate records which respond to your request.”
TIME FOR THE AUDITOR GENERAL TO DO A VALUE-FOR-MONEY AUDIT!
- Mr. Trudeau stated, “The only ideology that must guide us is evidence – Hard, scientific facts and data. It may seem revolutionary in today’s Ottawa, but instead of inventing the facts to justify the policies, we will create policy based on facts. Solutions can come from the left or the right, all that matters is that they work.”
- Minister Goodale said. “We want to be an evidence-based government making sound decisions on the basis of hard facts.”
- Liberal Party Real Change Promise – Evidence-based policy: Government should base its policies on facts, not make up facts based on policy. Without evidence, government makes arbitrary decisions that have the potential to negatively affect the daily lives of Canadians. We need reliable economic indicators and data for sound economic policy, and to provide other governments, businesses, and civil society with the tools to enrich our national life. A Liberal government will ensure the federal government rebuilds its capacity to deliver on evidence-based decision-making.
TOTAL FIREARMS SEIZED BY CANADA BORDER SERVICES AGENCY 2011-2016 = 3,412 Firearms Seized (in 2,693 Seizures) Valued at $1,604,320 CBSA Access to Information Response – December 7, 2017