Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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  1. Access to information and privacy
  2. Accessibility
  3. Annual reports
  4. Audit and Evaluation reports
  5. Client and partner survey results
  6. Commissioner of Firearms reports
  7. Departmental plans
  8. Departmental results reports
  9. Disclosure of police information
  10. Environmental scan
  11. Fees reports
  12. Gender and Harassment Advisory Committees
  13. General topics
  14. Management of the RCMP conduct process
  15. Ministerial transition binder
  16. National DNA Data Bank
  17. Quarterly financial reports
  18. RCMP response to the Mass Casualty Commission
  19. Witness Protection Program

Access to information and privacy

Access to Information Act gives Canadian citizens and persons present in Canada the right to access information in federal government records. The Privacy Act provides citizens with the right to access personal information about themselves held by the government and the protection of that information against unauthorized use and disclosure.

The annual reports outline the RCMP's administration of Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act.

If you are interested in obtaining a copy of a past report please send a request to atipb@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.

Accessibility

Annual reports

Audit and Evaluation reports

Client and partner survey results

The RCMP aims to provide the best possible policing to the communities we serve. We conduct three surveys annually to get feedback from the public, our partners, and our stakeholders about the work we do.

Commissioner of Firearms reports

If you would like to receive a PDF copy of a previous annual Commissioner of Firearms Report please visit Government of Canada Publications.

Departmental plans

Departmental results reports

The RCMP follows Treasury Board Secretariat reporting guidelines in the drafting and finalization of the Departmental Results Report.

Departmental results reports are individual department and agency accounts of results achieved against planned performance expectations as set out in respective departmental plans. These reports, which cover the most recently completed fiscal year, are tabled in Parliament in the fall by the President of the Treasury Board on behalf of the ministers who preside over the appropriation dependent departments and agencies identified in Schedules I, I.1 and II of the Financial Administration Act.

The annual Departmental Results Report is one of our primary instruments of public accountability and every effort is made to provide consistent, comprehensive and accurate information relating to our performance. The evolution to strong and meaningful accountability between government and Canadian citizens is occasionally difficult - the "bottom line" is not always well defined. The RCMP strives to earn and maintain the trust and respect of Canadians by ensuring ownership, responsibility and accountability at every level. The Report provides a sound basis of accountability for the results achieved with the resources and authorities entrusted to the RCMP.

Disclosure of police information

Calls for service (occurrences)

Employee and diversity statistics

Police intervention options

Environmental scan

The RCMP's environmental scan seeks to identify key trends that can be used to plan for the future. It allows the RCMP to develop organizational strategies and helps us work more effectively with local, Indigenous, national and international law enforcement partners to keep Canada safe.

Fees report

In June 2017, the Service Fees Act came into force, which replaced the User Fees Act. To ensure compliance with the Service Fees Act, the RCMP is required to submit an annual Fees Report to the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat. The Fees Report provides general information on the RCMP's fee amounts, as well as future adjusted fees.

Gender and Harassment Advisory Committees

General topics

Management of the RCMP conduct process

Ministerial transition binder

Briefing materials prepared for the new Minister of Public Safety

National DNA Data Bank

If you would like to receive a PDF copy of a previous annual reports for the National DNA Data Bank please visit Government of Canada Publications.

Quarterly financial reports

RCMP response to the Mass Casualty Commission

Witness Protection Program

Annual report

The Witness Protection Program Act gives the Commissioner of the RCMP the responsibility to promote law enforcement, national security, national defense and public safety by facilitating the protection of persons who are at risk of harm due to their assistance or their relationship with someone who provides such assistance. The report strives to provide as much information as possible to the Canadian public without impacting the effectiveness and security of the Program.

Witness Protection Program Advisory Committee report

The Witness Protection Program Advisory Committee reports to the Commissioner of the RCMP on matters relating to the program. The Committee was created to have independent subject matter experts provide advice on pertinent issues. The Committee's role is to advise the Commissioner, and by extension, Program personnel, on matters related to the effective and efficient administration of the federal Witness Protection Program.

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