PRIME-BC A Canadian RMS Case Study
Brewer, Brad, Law & Order
British Columbia (BC) is Canada's most western province with total land and freshwater area occupying an area larger than France and Germany combined. British Columbia occupies about 10% of Canada's land surface and has 4.5 million people. This population is policed by 11 municipal police agencies, a provincial transit police (GVTAPS), a tribal police force and a provincial organized crime agency (CFSEU).
Outside these urban areas, Canada's national police force, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) do the contract policing but primarily in rural areas or jurisdictions that cannot afford a municipal police department. These agencies had their own stand-alone RMS with the …
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Publication information: Article title: PRIME-BC A Canadian RMS Case Study. Contributors: Brewer, Brad - Author. Magazine title: Law & Order. Volume: 56. Issue: 4 Publication date: April 2008. Page number: 38+. © Hendon Publishing Company Jan 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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