Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Nova Scotia RCMP 2015 Annual Report hot off the press
June 8, 2016
It’s time to pause Netflix…the Nova Scotia RCMP 2015 Year in Review is now available and highlights our activities and successes throughout the year.
The document details the Nova Scotia RCMP’s progress toward national priorities as well as the 2015 Provincial Priorities of Crime Reduction, Road Safety and Cybercrime. A number of high profile investigations are also mentioned, such as murder charges after a fatal house fire in Wyses Corner and conspiracy to commit murder charges following a foiled mass shooting plot on Valentine’s Day.
Other highlights include the opening of a new detachment building in Ingonish, RCMP participation in Exercise Frontier Sentinel (a week-long integrated exercise with the Department of National Defense and other federal partners, that tested the RCMP’s ability to respond to a major incident), and a feature that debunks the myths around when you can report a missing person.
The report is filled with photographs that highlight our work, collaboration and cooperation with our citizens. It also provides an opportunity to celebrate our dedicated employees who work diligently on behalf of Nova Scotians every day.
“The 2015 Year in Review helps us to share the RCMP achievements with Nova Scotians, “ says Assistant Commissioner, Brian Brennan, Commanding Officer of the Nova Scotia RCMP. “I hope that by reading the document, citizens will better understand our strategic crime reduction efforts, our commitment to the communities we serve and ultimately, our role as Nova Scotia’s Provincial Police.”
Under the Nova Scotia Provincial Police Service Agreement, the RCMP is required to produce an annual report each year. The 2015 Year in Review can be found on the Nova Scotia RCMP website at www.rcmp.gc.ca/en/ns/2015-year-review.
Cpl. Jennifer Clarke
Media Relations Officer
Nova Scotia RCMP