- RCMP Brush Aside Their Own Safety Warnings
- Nova Scotia Deserves the Highest Standards
- Another Letter Requesting Clarification on Why Evidence is Being Ignored
- RCMP Information Debunked
- Was the RCMP wrong when they said “the risks are too high” …. or is the RCMP wrong now when they ignore their own strongly worded warnings?
Author Archives: Bill Casey
RCMP Brush Aside Their Own Safety Warnings In 2004, the RCMP commissioned an Expert Panel to determine the best location for their 911 Emergency Call and Dispatch Center (OCC) in Nova Scotia. The resulting comprehensive 91 page RCMP Expert … Continue reading
There is no question that the front line RCMP officers and first responders went above and beyond the call of duty last week during the tragic shootings. They were faced with an unprecedented and unimaginable situation where the culprit made … Continue reading
April 9, 2020. Commissioner Brenda Lucki, Commissioner of the RCMP Ottawa, Ontario. Assistant RCMP Commissioner Bergerman, RCMP Commanding Officer for Nova Scotia, Halifax, N.S. Good Morning; The attached quote from FEMA indicates that it is not safe to locate a … Continue reading
I do not believe that two very senior RCMP officials would knowingly give the elected representatives of three levels of government wrong information. I can only assume that these senior officials were given wrong information and they used that information … Continue reading
Was the RCMP wrong when they said “the risks are too high” …. or is the RCMP wrong now when they ignore their own strongly worded warnings?
This letter was sent to all Nova Scotia MPs, MLAs and Senators on March 30, 2020. ——— Good Morning Honourable Nova Scotia Members of Parliament, Members of the Legislature and Senators The RCMP is downgrading our emergency communication system in … Continue reading
Attached is another letter sent to Hon Bill Blair, Minister of Public Safety, and to Commissioner Brenda Lucki, Commissioner of the RCMP. It explains why the RCMP decided to move the Emergency 911 Police Communication Center to their Headquarters Building … Continue reading
You be the judge. Check out the letter and the charts and tell me if you think that this was an honest and fair competition. Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Ottawa, Ontario. Ms. Brenda … Continue reading
We have all heard about the earthquake that occurred recently in Dartmouth and you may have heard about my concerns regarding the plans to concentrate the two major 911 Emergency Communication Centers in one community. The quake took place at … Continue reading