The RCMP in Nova Scotia has released the 2013-14 Year in Review highlighting numerous activities and successes throughout the year. Under the Nova Scotia Provincial Police Service Agreement, the RCMP is required to produce an annual report.
The Year in Review report details progress toward the RCMP’s national priorities as well as the 2013-14 provincial priorities including Crime Reduction, Warrant Reduction, Domestic Violence, and Road Safety. Numerous operational successes and a variety of specialized units are profiled and a number of great photos are included; some taken by Nova Scotia RCMP employees on the frontline.
‘The 2013-14 Year in Review provides an overview of our activities and demonstrates the hard work and commitment of the men and women of the RCMP,’ says Assistant Commissioner, Brian Brennan, Commanding Officer of the Nova Scotia RCMP. ‘I encourage citizens to take some time to read about what we’ve been up. My hope is that it will help you to better understand our role as Nova Scotia’s Provincial Police.’
The Year in Review can be found on the RCMP Nova Scotia website at www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/ns .