American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Royal Canadian Mounted Police
- Canada, law enforcement Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
- n. the federal police force of Canada
“They are arguing that a provincial inquiry has no jurisdiction, because the RCMP is a federal institution.”
“The officer who believes that walking away from the RCMP is a Taserable offence stated flatly that "Based on the knowledge we had at the time, we wouldn't have done anything differently.”
“This sounds as though the RCMP is all but throwing in the towel, even if Sweeney hedged, cautioning that "[s] ometimes things happen so quickly that the outcome is not one we would have desired.”
“It seems that the RCMP is about to kick one of their prized informants out of the Witness Protection Program for doing radio interviews for a "true crime" book.”
“Following a complaint by the NDP, the RCMP is now under investigation by the Commission for Public Complaints against the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.”
“Meanwhile the RCMP is backing away from the four officers, and the damage the latter have done to themselves is considerable.”
“Unfortunately the RCMP is not a healthy organization and is unable to take criticism," he said.”
“The warriors are all under arrest now: despite the quite audible and frequent use of racial epithets, the RCMP is still investigating whether or not the attack was racially motivated.”
“A complete top-to-bottom independent institutional audit of the RCMP is more than overdue.”
“The RCMP is not telling the viewers the truth, nobody goes missing in Canada without them knowing, that is their job.”
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