These reports guide our continued efforts, and focus our crime prevention strategies in the communities most vulnerable to violence against Indigenous women.
If you do decide to meet someone, use your street smarts.
Meet in a public area and don't tell them where you live.
An evaluation of the Community Constable Program is scheduled for the 2017-18 fiscal year; at this time, the program remains a pilot.
The Community Constable Program involves armed, uniformed peace officers recruited from the communities they serve.
Investigate whether you have the option to opt out. You get a much better response having a photograph online and websites suggest having action shots.
Make sure your profile is up to date and be specific about your interests and hobbies.
There are also specific dating websites designed seniors, such as Senior Friend Finder, Senior Match and Senior People Meet. If you have a free trial, put a reminder in your calendar so that you can decide if you want to continue.
A lot of the time with paid websites it is an automatic renewal.
The first troop of Community Constables graduated from Depot, the RCMP's training academy, in Regina, Saskatchewan, in February 2016.
There were candidates from Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories and British Columbia in this first troop.
This troop was focused on providing an alternative service delivery option in some Indigenous communities in Canada.