Review recommendations are classified according to the following 14 categories:
|A – Apology||
The complainant should be provided with an apology.
|B – Code of Conduct Investigation||
A Code of Conduct investigation should be performed or considered.
|C – Operational Guidance||
Subject members should receive guidance from senior members in respect of specific roles and responsibilities.
|D – Policy Review/Amendment||
RCMP policies, procedures, or guidelines should be clarified or amended where a gap has been identified.
|E – Policy Establishment||
A new RCMP policy, procedure or guideline should be developed where a gap has been identified.
|F – Reimbursement||
The RCMP should provide appropriate monetary compensation to the complainant.
|G – Report Review||
Subject members should be instructed to review the CRCC's review report.
|H – Retraining/Protocol Review||
Subject members should review protocols or receive additional training regarding their responsibilities as members of the RCMP.
|I – Suitability/Quality Review||
A review should be conducted to assess the suitability of a particular member or the quality of a particular protocol or policy.
|J – Supervision||
A subject member's work should be supervised by a senior member for a reasonable period.
|K – Meeting/Mediation||
A meeting or mediation should be arranged between the RCMP/RCMP members and relevant parties.
|L – Record/Document Modification||
A record or document should be modified to accurately reflect occurrence of events and/or criminal charges.
|M – Further Investigation||
An investigation should be carried out where the RCMP determined that such an investigation was not necessary.
|N – Other||
Not adequately categorized, any other recommendation type.
Systemic Investigation Recommendations
Systemic investigation recommendations are classified according to the following 8 categories:
|1 – Good Practice||
The RCMP implement or consider implementing a working method, procedure or protocol worthy of emulating.
|2 – Operational Guidance||
A group of members (ex. By detachment, division…etc.) receive guidance in respect of specific roles and responsibilities.
|3 – Policy Establishment||
RCMP policies, procedures, or guidelines be developed where a gap has been identified.
|4 – Policy Review/Amendment||
RCMP policies, procedures, or guidelines be clarified or amended where a gap has been identified.
|5 – Quality Review||
A review is conducted to assess the quality of a particular protocol or policy.
|6 – Record/Document Modification||
A record or document be modified to ensure accuracy.
|7 – Training||
A group of members (ex. By detachment, division, rank…etc.) receive new and/or additional training regarding their responsibilities as a member of the RCMP.
|8 – Other||
Not adequately categorized any other recommendation type.
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