The RCMP Won’t Take Part In “Clare’s Law”

The provincial government is disappointed to see the Saskatchewan RCMP will not be participating in a law, called Clare’s Law, which takes effect next week, authorizing police forces to warn people at risk from partners with a history of abuse. In a release from Saskatchewan RCMP, they say they are behind Clare’s Law, but unlike municipal police services, they are subject to federal privacy legislation.

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