HOUSE OF COMMONS FIREARMS PETITION E-1605: AIMING LIBERALS AT THE RIGHT TARGET – MAY 28, 2018
MORE THAN 400 CONFIRMED CPIC BREACHES RCMP REPORTED FROM 1995 TO 2005 IN RESPONSES TO PREVIOUS ATIP REQUESTS ARE MISSING FROM THEIR 2018 RESPONSE!
House of Commons Petition e-1605 Initiated by Dennis R Young from Airdrie, Alberta, on March 28, 2018, at 10:04 a.m. (EDT)
Sponsored by Pierre Paul-Hus, Charlesbourg—Haute-Saint-Charles, Quebec – Conservative – Official Opposition Critic for Public Safety. FULL TEXT: https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-1605
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, CITIZENS OF CANADA, call upon the House of Commons in Parliament assembled to enact legislation requiring those convicted criminals who have been prohibited from owning firearms by the courts to report any change of address and this information be made available to police in a database on CPIC (Canadian Police Information Centre).
The Petition is open for signature until July 26, 2018, at 10:04 a.m. (EDT)
BRIAN LILLEY – ON YOUR SIDE: The Liberals like to claim that their legislation and policy decisions are based on facts, on evidence and on science. But the gun legislation introduced by Justin Trudeau’s Liberals this week is based on emotions and obfuscation. Veteran researcher Dennis Young has been asking the government for information on the evidence that their gun legislation would keep Canadians safer and found they had nothing. Brian Lilley Podcasts – March 25, 2018 – Listen to Brian’s Interview with Dennis here: http://brianlilley.com/btn-bites-liberal-gun-control-legislation-not-based-in-facts/
MARCH 6, 2018 – RCMP PROVIDE BRIEFING NOTES TO THE MINISTER ON THEIR BANNING OF 10/22 MAGAZINES – 18 Months after making my Access to Information Act request and a delay complaint to the Information Commissioner
CSSA COMMENTARY: Ruger 10/22 Magazine Ban https://cssa-cila.org/2018/03/team-cssa-e-news-march-16-2018/
RCMP SPENT $136 MILLION TO COMBAT THE CRIMINAL USE OF FIREARMS BUT HAVE NO RECORDS OF THE NUMBER OF FIREARMS PROSECUTIONS – Investments to Combat the Criminal Use of Firearms (ICCUF) – Total cumulative federal actual spending on ICCUF from inception to March 31, 2016: $136,169,188 – Treasury Board Secretariat Performance Indicators: #5 Number of Firearm Prosecutions #6 Number of Firearm Prosecutions Successful Cases. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: ICCUF funding is distributed within the RCMP to the Canadian Firearms Program (CFP), Forensic Science and Identification Services, and the Criminal Intelligence Service Canada (CISC), all located within the Specialized Policing Services business line, as well as the National Intelligence Coordination Centre (NICC) within the Federal Policing business line. CBSA and PS also receive funds from ICCUF. RCMP RESPONSE: “Unfortunately, we were unable to locate records which respond to your request as CFP [Canadian Firearms Program] do not collect date on firearms prosecutions.“
WHAT GOODALE’S ‘GUNS AND GANGS SUMMIT’ MISSED ALL TOGETHER – Little real evidence that Canada’s gun control programs are working. No Value-for-Money Audits – No Cost/Effectiveness Evaluations in the last 25 years! By Dennis R. Young, Canada Free Press – March 20, 2018 https://canadafreepress.com/article/what-goodales-guns-and-gangs-summit-missed-all-together