Tag Archives: Harassment in RCMP

More Than 330 RCMP Women Allege On-The-Job Harassment

                  Although some women have achieved successful and meaningful careers as Mounties, more than 300 other female employees have joined a proposed class action lawsuit alleging systemic sexual harassment in the RCMP. In the two years since a lawyer first filed the paperwork in court, 336 former […]

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Give Harassed RCMP Officers Real Change, Not Lip Service

                  After a string of reports over 10 years, government legislation Bill C-42, and more recently a report by the Senate Defence Committee providing 14 recommendations for change, our offices continue to receive emails from RCMP staff. The emails provide a grim look into the past, and […]

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Male Leaders Miss The Point In Fighting RCMP Harassment: Goar

        “Well written and bang on, Carol Goar.”           Gentlemen, you’re missing the point. The hundreds of women in the RCMP who claim they were sexually harassed on the job never asked for promotion targets or hiring quotas or any of the other bureaucratic “milestones” that Public Safety […]

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November Updates: Problems in the RCMP

      For the month of November 2012, there have been many news reports about harassment issues contained within the RCMP. We have include below some of these most notable stories:     B.C. Mountie Denies Sexual Harassment Allegations – VANCOUVER – A B.C. RCMP officer accused of harassment by a fellow Mountie is […]

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