In support of, and in alignment with, the Government of Canada’s Policy on Service and Digital and the GC Digital Standards, the Operational IM/IT Program will begin implementation of “The Connected RCMP” Digital Policing Strategy. The strategy is focused on impactful and transformative change to improve digital connections between the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the communities it serves, as well as with public safety and justice partners, and internally among its own employees and resources. The RCMP will leverage new and emerging technologies to increase access to internal and external data holdings to support effective decision-making, and ease the burden of technology on employees by providing modern, user-friendly tools, and situational awareness. Operational IM/IT Services will focus on the foundational capabilities to enable modernization including cloud technology, increased mobility, IT security, access controls, and data management. As an example, the RCMP is reviewing options to replace Criminal Intelligence Service Canada’s (CISC) 40-year old national database for criminal intelligence on serious and organized crime ? the Automated Criminal Intelligence Information System (ACIIS) ? to ensure it can meet the modern data collection and analysis needs of CISC’s over 380 federal, provincial and municipal partner agencies.
In addition, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police will continue to deploy a new mission-critical radio communication system in Central Canada (Ontario and Quebec), which will enable seamless roaming and interoperability, and ensure that efficient and reliable communication is available with partner public safety agencies in both routine and emergency situations.
Contract and Indigenous Policing 1,548,098,203
Under the Police Service Agreements, the RCMP provides policing services to the provinces (except Ontario and Quebec) and territories, as well as municipalities and Indigenous communities. These services include the general administration of justice, preservation of peace, prevention of crime, and fulfilment of all duties as outlined under the laws of Canada or the laws of respective provinces and territories.
Sexual Assault Review Team