Some police forces ‘not ready’ to accept military’s sexual offence cases

Military police say some police forces are “not prepared” to take on Canadian military sex offenses cases.

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The statement comes after a scathing report published on Monday in Culture of the Canadian Armed Forces, which described it as an institution out of sync with the values ​​of Canadian society.

The report, commissioned by former Supreme Court Justice of Canada Louise Arbor, was triggered by a series of special reports by Granthshala News into allegations of sexual misconduct against senior leaders in the Canadian Forces.


Those revelations and the courage of survivors and victims inspired a political and social reckoning that is underway.

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Arbor’s 403-page report, which made 48 recommendations, included a mandate that all criminal code sex offenses be removed from the jurisdiction of the Canadian Armed Forces and prosecuted exclusively in civilian criminal courts. . If the crime takes place in Canada, it should be…