RCMP ATIP Response dated September 17, 2019 – Received October 8, 2019 by Dennis R. Young
NOTE #1: I will be filing a complaint with the Office of the Information Commissioner to try and obtain the missing financial and staffing information.
NOTE #2: Notice much of the missing information was provided in the RCMP ATIP response for fiscal year 2016/2017
The CSSA is compelled to write this open letter to all of you because your lack of firearms knowledge is so bad you’re embarrassing yourselves. The following facts are presented for your edification. TEAM CSSA E-NEWS | OCTOBER 3, 2019 https://cssa-cila.org/team-cssa-e-news-october-3-2019/
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
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
RCMP ATIP Response fails to provide ‘evidence’ to support millions of CFRO queries:
STILL UNKNOWN: The number of CFRO queries that are automatically generated,
STILL UNKNOWN: The number of CFRO queries that are direct checks or requests by officers and,
STILL UNKNOWN: The number of CFRO queries that result in firearms charges being laid
EXCERPT: This week Police Association president Chris Cahill claimed Canadian “police officers” check registers (a gun registry remains for restricted weapons) about 11,000 times a day. “That gives you an idea of how useful it can be,” he reportedly said. In reality, police computer systems trigger automatic registry searches thousands of times daily, usually in relation to routine policing like traffic stops. In 2006, Canada’s then auditor general Sheila Fraser called such hits “an activity indicator [rather] than an indicator of effectiveness.” Column by Kate MacNamara www.stuff.co.nz July 25, 2019 READ THE REST: https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/opinion-analysis/114472787/plan-to-tighter-gun-laws-to-cost-up-to-53m-over-10-years–stuart-nash-says
MP GARRY BREITKREUZ FIREARMS FACTS UPDATE MAY 31, 2006
AUDITOR GENERAL: 5,000 HITS A DAY AN INDICATOR OF ACTIVITY – NOT EFFECTIVENESS
PUBLIC SAFETY INTERIM RESPONSE FIREARMS MARKING REGS
175-Page Interim Response to Access to Information Request File: A-2018-00327 dated July 8, 2019 – Received July 17, 2019 by Dennis R. Young
NOTE: 200 pages of ‘Cabinet Secrets’ withheld pursuant to Section 69 of the Access to Information Act
UNKNOWN: Number of guns stolen from licensed gun owners.
UNKNOWN: Number of guns stolen from licensed gun dealers.
UNKNOWN: Number of guns stolen from licensed gun owners and dealers that were used in the commission of a violent offence.
EXCERPT #1: “Currently, there is no national repository for this type of information in Canada.”
EXCERPT #2: “The CFP does not collect or track statistics with regard to the origin of illegal or stolen handguns.”
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale’s response to MP Brad Trost’s Order Paper Question Q-2479 – June 19, 2019 – Posted by Dennis R. Young July 10, 2019
UNKNOWN: (a) Number of PAL holders charged with homicide.
UNKNOWN: (b) Number of registered firearms used in homicide.
UNKNOWN: (c) Number of PAL holders charged with using a registered firearm to commit homicide.
EXCERPT: “RCMP systems do not capture the requested information at the level of detail requested.”
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale’s response to MP Brad Trost’s Order Paper Question Q-2478 – June 19, 2019 – Posted by Dennis R. Young July 9, 2019
Almost all were barred from purchasing a gun from a gun store because of their prior criminal record
EXCERPT: The study, funded by an award from the National Institute of Justice, looked at the final sale or transfer of firearms to individuals who then used them to commit crimes. It relied on data from the Chicago Inmate Survey (CIS), which interviewed 221 people convicted of gun crimes serving time at seven Illinois state prisons. By Stephen Gutowski, Washington Free Beacon – June 26, 2019