Discussion in 'The Off-topic Lounge' started by MC Gusto, May 15, 2017.
Interesting the RCMP is experiencing such a staffing crunch. One would think it would be an appealing career to many without a university education or trade to rely upon.
Short-staffed RCMP looking at 'everything' to attract new recruits
I get the impression based on the wording of the article that the issue they're having revolves more around not being able to attract women and visible minorities (whatever the fuck that means)
That being said, I've known a few RCMP new hires. They don't exactly make the job appealing.
Sober B.C. senior fined for failing to blow on breathalyzer
Growing number of refugees arriving in Canada as unaccompanied minors
I was so afraid of what was happening in my country that I left my country. Then left the country I had fled to.
last year 380,000 this year 441,000 according to BC assessment. It was have been me dethatching the lawn
American arrested in Russia as a spy is innocent, brother in Canada says
Apparently this guy was born in Canada.
Immigration Canada preparing to launch revamped family reunification system
Military expert suggests Canada may want to consider its own space force
RCMP break down gate at Gidimt'en camp checkpoint set up to stop pipeline company access
Has a lot more Fidel features than he does Pierre features.
Things that make you go hmmm
The events of TransMountain and Coastal have proven that the BC government and RCMP sure could take a few lessons from Alberta on cooperation with its indigenous groups.
Alberta Indigenous groups, Sinopec propose new oilsands refinery | Oilsands & Heavy Oil | JWN Energy
Alberta Metis vote to support Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion through B.C.
Yeah, it’s baffling. We should have Canada’s greatest and brightest minds drop everything to ponder it.
RCMP faces $1.1B lawsuit over bullying, harassment claims dating back decades | CBC News
RCMP seeking more money to cover sexual harassment settlement | CBC News
RCMP must pay $550,000 for Moncton shooting Labour Code violations, judge rules
RCMP still facing a wage gap, despite low-ball federal pay announcement
Still better than being unemployed or labouring on a construction site.
Labouring on a construction site is surprisingly an effective way of obtaining an apprenticeship. A lack of an apprenticeship would drive someone to settle with the RCMP, according to you.
(This is typically the point where you would deny the contradiction in your logic)
Also, I would sooner financially support a female family member than have her work for an organization that has over 3131 sexual harassment claims against its members.
So very true.
And I've seen his dad in person a few times.
Nothing like junior .
This may come as a shock to you, but some people would rather work manual labour than be an RCMP officer.
Manual labour is honest and difficult work, while police can lie in order to build a case against a suspect. They can also sexually assault people and retain their wage for over two years while working another job in the oilfield.
Red Deer RCMP officer ordered to stand trial on sex assault charges | CBC News
Red Deer RCMP officer ordered to stand trial on sexual assault charges
“The eight-year member of the RCMP was suspended with pay in August 2016.”
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Red Deer is ground zero in terms of RCMP sexual assault and a lot of it is covered up.
Labouring on a construction site with out the ability or means to complete trade school is not an effective way of obtaining an apprenticeship.
Point was, RCMP should be an attractive route to a well paying career for many without access to post secondary.
Best paying job anyone will find without post secondary, a trade or a specialized skill.
Everyone needs a white knight.