Federal Policing protects Canada, its people, and its interests against the greatest domestic and international criminal threats, including risks to national security, transnational and serious organized crime, and cybercrime.
Federal Policing is a core responsibility of the RCMP that is carried out in every province and territory in Canada, as well as internationally.
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Secures Canada's borders against criminal threats like smuggling drugs, firearms, and illegal migration.
Investigates and disrupts major cyber threats targeting the government, critical infrastructure, businesses, and institutions.
Upholds Canada's economic security from crimes like money laundering, corruption, fraud, and market manipulation.
Making our world safer by deploying resources globally, enhancing ties with law enforcement agencies, and detecting threats pre-emptively.
Guides federal and international criminal investigations through collection, analysis, and reporting.
Collaborating to protect Canada from threats like espionage, foreign influence and activities leading to government destruction or overthrow.
Safeguards Canada's democratic institutions and protecting designated individuals, sites, and events.
Investigates sensitive, high-risk matters that threaten Canada's political, economic, and social integrity at home and abroad.
Combats criminal networks engaged in illegal activities, such as illegal trafficking, smuggling and proliferation of illicit goods and technologies.
Safeguards individuals who have assisted police or the courts and may be at risk.
Federal Policing protects Canada, its people, and its interests against the greatest domestic and international criminal threats. Are you interested in a career in Federal Policing?