Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Police say woman who claimed fake cops defrauded her in tax scam “exaggerated” story
Cops say she was bilked $6,000 — but it happened through the common phone scam, not during a fake arrest.
Canada will start reporting when it uses intelligence obtained through torture
New rules on intelligence sharing will limit how Ottawa requests and discloses information that may have been tainted by torture or mistreatment.
Watchdog forces Canadian cops to reveal details of their phone surveillance program
The RCMP spent years refusing to confirm the existence of their cell tower simulators. A new investigation reveals details of their long-running program.
The RCMP still won’t be buying body-worn cameras
After years of study, the RCMP concludes that the technology, already used by dozens of police forces, isn’t good enough
The RCMP Spent $1.6 Million to Run an Unconstitutional Spying Program
Can't stop, won't stop—federal police kept surveilling Canadians after the Supreme Court told them to stop.
RCMP Won’t Disclose Where First Nation Females Are More Likely to Be Murdered
There are ten places in Canada that are the most dangerous for indigenous women and girls, but the RCMP won't publicly say where they are.