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The Advantages of Regina Hotels for RCMP Commencement Parties

Regina hotels offers the right location to run an RCMP commencement feast, to honor the triumphs of the latest recruits, to Canada’s nationwide law enforcement officials. Hotels in Regina provide grads with a crafted meal, bargains on the hotel guest rooms that are booked, and using the hotel’s facilities at their disposal to feel comfy and spoiled. All of this is excellent for fresh graduates that already have been spending so much time working hard to attain their certifications and after that are able to at long last have a opportunity to take pleasure in the conclusion of her or his challenging work, ahead of starting with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 

The Perfect Three Benefits to Experience the RCMP Graduation at a Hotel
1.Fully Catered Banquets
A hotel is able to accomodate with hosting the commencement party with every attribute of party planning, including a exquisite crafted feast. Event planning can be a challenge due to organizing a commencement dinner party nevertheless a host or hostess can find the help of the hotel’s professional host or hostess to be a truly welcome presence. The event coordinator at the hotel are able to assist with a assortment of duties anywhere from design coordination, the ambiance, and confirming the speakers/projectors, podiums and other rented solutions has been reserved just for the party. 
The catering of an occasion happens to be commonly the crucial component, mainly as you’re hosting for hungry police officers who already have been really training ! After the hotel’s food catering assistance is selected for a graduation celebration they already come with the bonus of doing work in a familiar kitchen alongside staff members who they’ve done work with with beforehand. Our caterers business also can offer a personalized selection deliciously made with flavourful spices, garden-fresh produce and regional ingredients. All of the food generally available by a hotel is delicious, wholesome and also offered to RCMP students an affordable price. 
Our hotel could offer a assortment of spaces for the dinner. The planner may choose a wonderful space to fit the amount of officials who would be coming to the occasion. An event organizer can assist the host to arrange the seating of the event so all of the students can also see and get to hear the keynote speakers, and so that the layout is arranged to match the formality having to do with the celebration. 
2. Multiple Reservations cut back on Expenses
As a result ofcompleting school courses, recently hired Royal Canadian Mounted Police grads will be pleased to save on costs. As long as the police officers stay in one hotel all of them can receive a group deal for booking many bedrooms ahead of time. Doing this in addition benefits your group simply by having every attendee inside the same hotel, to be certain that the celebration starts in a timely manner, with no complication of being lost along the way, or becoming swamped in traffic. 
Officers could socialize prior to the dinner and meet new people that could make their college graduation soiree more gratifying. After the dinner and celebration the police officers could safely get back to his or her place without having any person needing to drive a car. Attendees won’t even have to get out of the building! This particular degree of safety and ease is the ideal kick off for young Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers which are beginning a job conserving the country. 
3. Attendees can Enjoy the Hotel
The officers can experience a wonderful time staying in a hotel. They can make full use of the hotel’s countless facilities to truly feel fantastic and unwind. With room service menus to maintaining up with the results associated with training in the fitness area, RCMP officers will have absolutely no shortfall of fun and events just before and after their commencement soiree. 
Officers can organize outings among their own, perhaps to 1 of the dining places and lounges in the premises, and even out on the town in Regina, wherever they may can see Regina and find out what Saskatchewan has to offer. Upon arriving back at the hotel, police officers will be welcome to utilise the hotel’s indoor swimming pool, wifi to say greetings to close friends and relatives back home, or just merely watch tv in their room. After a tremendous amount of dedication and hard work to their training, freshly graduated Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers may have got the spare time of their lifestyle celebrating their work, and loosening up in a high end hotel.
A Hotel is the Ideal Choice for Events
Regina Hotels is the perfect venue intended for having functions. Hotels provide hospitality as well as through offering this quality to guests virtually any host are often secured their guests is going to be provided with delightful, catered meals, savings any time multiple bedrooms are booked and that friends can be presented a secure spot in which they could attend the get together. This kind of is perfect for an RCMP college graduation and it will provide officials with a social gathering that they will remember well within their careers. 

Regina Inn Hotel is one of the top Regina hotels and is situated in downtown Regina in the business district. To make a reservation at our hotel in Regina contact us at 306-525-6767 or at 1975 Broad Street, Regina, SK, S4P 1Y2.

RCMP Troop 22 Grad Drill 2004

RCMP Troop 22 Graduation Drill Display. Depot Division, Regina, April 13, 2004.
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Question by Eric S: How long does it take to become an RCMP?
How do you become a mounty?

How many years of training? Where do they get trained?

Is it easy to go from being a Mounty to being a Canadian soldier?

Can a Permanent Resident non-citizen become an RCMP?

What about provincial police officers in Canada? Are they close to RCMP-level training? Do you have to be a regular officer first?

Best answer:

Answer by Meli
This link should answer all of your questions

Good luck!

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Mountie Makers: Putting the Canadian in RCMP

Mountie Makers: Putting the Canadian in RCMP

Bob Teather entered RCMP Basic Recruit Training three decades ago with no idea of what he was getting into. Along with 31 other confused young men, he found himself in Regina, Saskatchewan, as a lowly member of Troop 18. Bald, intimidated and soon to be bruised, Bob began a six-month ordeal that he candidly recalls in this engaging book. Corporal Teather’s story brings you close to six recruits from across the country—Prairie Dog, André, Lumchuck, Francois, weird Harold Burl and Teather him

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I’m not sure If this video was already uploaded to the site. If not, then here’s a NEW official RCMP Recruiting video taking from the OFFICIAL RCMP recruiting site. Enjoy : D Jordan

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The Current Backlog In RCMP Criminal Record Checks

by Rwill

In Canada, getting a criminal record check is becoming an increasingly common activity. As more employers and volunteer organizations perform background checks on prospective employees and volunteers, the need for a record check, which is requested from and performed by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, has significantly risen. In light of this, the news that many people are now waiting months to receive their criminal record check is disconcerting.

Making checks more thorough

According to police sources, the reason for the delays is not so much the increase in demand as the current trend to crack down on serious crime. In effect, the RCMP is working on making the record checks more thorough. A Canadian criminal record check does not normally reveal pardoned convictions; however, people who have committed certain violent crimes and sexual offences are flagged in the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) database, which records criminal activity. If the purpose of the criminal record check is to gain a position working with “vulnerable sector” people (children, elderly and disabled people), the applicant is subjected to a more thorough check and is required to disclose his conviction for security purposes.

And it is precisely from the vulnerable sector that many of the demands for a background check are coming. As the police and organizations that help children and the infirm strive to increase public safety, the need to screen out these more serious offenders is resulting in a heavier workload for the police.

In order to make a search more thorough, the RCMP must get around identity problems. In order to circumvent a criminal record check, some ex-convicts change their name, get new identification, and do not inform the police of the fact. For this reason, the RCMP checks applications against those of people with the same gender and birth date in the CPIC database and compare fingerprints with those of the applicant.

Several difficulties arise from this. A birth date search may reveal multiple matches from which an individual needs to be picked out. Regarding fingerprints, these are normally taken at a police station; if the police department has a fingerprint scanner, it can send them to Ottawa electronically, speeding up the record check dramatically. But if the department has no scanner, the fingerprints have to be sent to Ottawa for processing, which adds weeks to the checking process.

Possible solutions

Several solutions have been proposed to deal with this problem:

Ensuring that all police forces acquire fingerprint scanners.
Changing the law to mandate that criminals register a change of name with the police.
Changing the law to prevent sexual offenders from receiving pardons. This approach may appeal to those who agree with the current “get-tough-on-crime” political climate. While the main aim of such a measure would be to punish serious offenders, there would be the practical side effect of more transparency during background checks.

Whatever solution is found in the end, it is hoped that having a criminal record check done will gradually be streamlined into a quicker, more efficient process; until then, those undergoing a background check will have to submit to long waiting times and the consequences that arise from them. Perhaps, however, this is a small price to pay for increased public safety.

Ned Lecic lives and works in Toronto. He is a writer for a Canadian pardons agency.

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Witness Craig Marquis, who owns a feed shop on 132 Ave, heard the shoot-out in Maple Ridge. Angus David Mitchell died in hospital after exchanging shots with police.
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Question by : Can an RCMP Inspector bring a firearm into USA?
A vital witness in a Canadian homicide investigation resides in the USA. An RCMP Inspector travels there to interview that witness. My question: could that Mountie legally cross the border bearing a firearm? Under what provisions of the law would he be able to do so? Many thanks!

Best answer:

Answer by mega
The Mounties would probably have to clear the crossing with US Border Patrol, let them know ahead of time that one of their own is armed and is coming across.

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RCMP discipline procedure changes on the way: Vic Toews
OTTAWA — Legislation to modernize the RCMP's discipline process is coming soon, even though related issues are still before the courts, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews said Wednesday. The minister said he was pleased to see an open letter from RCMP …
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Mountie Makers: Putting the Canadian in RCMP, Second Edition

Mountie Makers: Putting the Canadian in RCMP, Second Edition

When Bob Teather enrolled at the RCMP’s Training Academy in Regina, Saskatchewan, along with 31 other confused souls, he had no idea what he was getting into. He found himself suddenly bald, intimidated, and bruised, undergoing a six-month regimen whose techniques have long been shrouded in secrecy. His story brings readers close to six young men who embody the essence of Canada and sheds light on what Basic Training is all about.

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Go here to join the clan: ————————————————————————————————— Special thanks to Sgt.Manning, Cpl.Will, and Cpl.Robert of the General Duty. On Sunday, May 27 2012, at approximately noon. RCMP in E division responded to a 911 call of a possible gang activity in progress. When RCMP members Cpl.Will and Cpl.Robert arrived on scene, they were met with suspect holding automatic weapons. Some suspects fled while others opened fire on the RCMP members. Both members fired back managing to kill some. Back up was called (Sgt.Manning) and the acting supervisor was also called (ME – Commissioner/Staff Sergeant Major). The 2 members already on scene set up a perimeter and waited for back up. Once back up arrived, the RCMP members proceeded together and were confronted by hiding gang members. Shots were fired and the gang members were killed. The whole block was put on LOCK DOWN. All members then proceeded to check the locked down area for other gang members, both on foot and in vehicles. 1 more gang member was found and killed after shooting at police. The scene was code 4 after approximately 8 minutes. Thanks to the professionalism, training, and team work of all the members in this video, this event was conducted with no police fatalities.
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