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Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women

Author Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Title Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women
Year 2015
ISBN ISSN 978-0-660-02478-3
Subtitle 2015 Update to the National Operational Overview
Publisher Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Publisher URL URL
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Place of Publication Ottawa, Ontario
Publication Type Report
Location Online
Pages 21
CRRF Identifier WR-VA-BR-OR-4587
Last modified 2016-05-19
English Abstract

Taken from the Executive Summary:

"In May 2014, the RCMP released Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women: A National Operational Overview. The 2015 report provides updated statistics and analysis on new cases of missing and murdered Aboriginal women that have occurred since then, and addresses the investigative, procedural and preventative strides that the RCMP has taken in meeting the “Next Steps” outlined in the 2014 Overview..."

"The RCMP remains committed to ensuring the reduction and prevention of violence against Aboriginal women. However, the RCMP is only one partner among many government and non-government organizations (NGOs), social service agencies, health professionals and citizens who must align their efforts to reduce the high rates of violent victimization experienced by Aboriginal women. Violence in our communities is a societal concern for Canada that goes beyond the responsibility of law enforcement, government and social services. While the safety of Canada’s citizens, particularly the most vulnerable, is everyone’s responsibility, communities play a vital role in developing and leading solutions. Aboriginal communities need to be included in working partnerships that will collectively focus on how best to approach challenges and find solutions that will enhance the safety and security of everyone." (page 4)