RCMP Response (Commissioner’s Notice)
- Terms of Reference: Chair-Initiated Complaint and Public Interest Investigation Regarding Issues of RCMP Workplace Harassment
November 16, 2011
- News Release: Commission Chair initiates complaint into RCMP workplace harassment
November 16, 2011
- Announcement: CPC Calls for Submissions in RCMP Workplace Harassment Investigation
- News Release: CPC Calls for Submissions
January 30, 2012
- Update on the Complaints Commission's Investigation into RCMP Workplace Harassment
April 23, 2012
- Public Interest Investigation Report into Issues of Workplace Harassment within the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
February 14, 2013
- Chair's Final Report After Commissioner's Notice
August 8, 2013
To learn more about the Commission's follow-up investigation into workplace harassment in the RCMP (2017), click here.
July 5 2013
Mr. Ian McPhail, Q.C.
Commission for Public Complaints
Against the RCMP
P.O. Box 1722, Station "B"
Dear Mr. McPhail:
I acknowledge receipt of the Commission's report released on February 13, 2013, on its public interest investigation into issues of workplace harassment within the RCMP.
I have completed a review of this matter, including the conclusions and recommendations set out in the Commission's report.
I agree in principle with the conclusions in the Commission's report The RCMP is currently undertaking a thorough analysis of the 11 recommendations outlined in the report to inform the RCMP on changes to its processes, policies and training. The Commission's recommendations will be considered as the RCMP finalizes these changes, several of which require the support of the legislative amendments. I will be pleased to ensure that the RCMP continues to update the Commission on the RCMP's strategies and new procedures as they are implemented.
Thank you for the public interest investigation you undertook with respect to issues of workplace conflict and harassment within the RCMP. The development of more effective and transparent procedures for the prevention and resolution of harassment and conflict in the workplace will in turn assist the RCMP in continuing to be a trusted organization of fully engaged employees demonstrating and fostering leadership.
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