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Digital Attack on My Human Body in My Home
Cyber Terrorism
Digital software that can touch your body is no different than me walking up to you and sticking a knife in your body or using a Taser or gun to shoot you.
The psychological torture is also extremely hard on the elderly in the community; coupled with the digital theft of a code or a serial number in a computer Samsung Smart Security camera that had digital copy written data recorded and lost due to lies told to the person terrorized in the digital communications police security grid network.
A physical assault on the heart is a dangerous thing to do and if you have to ill a parent to become part of a gang some kids take this seriously and believe this is all about street cred. The problem is the stress of the parent that has a child in the home that commits these criminal acts that create other attacks on their family used a target while the child strikes others in the community pushed by ex-police that created this covert weapon used to steal digital copy written work; they sell.
Why Impeach a Prime Minister or how do people kill Police Captains and a Commissioner Charged with Human Rights War Crimes
The private police state quantum energy star wars program goes global along with interchangeable data theft to fast track a career using the NSA and Bill C 51.
You Take advantage of me and you take advantage of yourself; exponentially times the size of team you have in play around me. So if they steal my data and we have the same ideals of liberty freedom and democracy; and you teams spin these data operations in a negative light and play me in the security grid brain manipulation anger offensive often enough you soon decide you hate me and will do what it takes to harm me and stop me from giving you perfect intelligence they take and sell to anyone or just sit on the data and farm you in a slow feed while rewriting the intelligence to avoid plagiarism and fraud; and it is the combination of slow release and fraud and data theft to other countries in a system they say is open source that affirms their claims that I am against you; in essence attacking you when I help you; is the fall of your political party and their promotion to climb the ladder provided no one ever pays me for my intelligence; and when you say turn me off they hit me to work and exploit the community to hit me in order to keep the data intelligence flowing to get promotions and do crime using others they exploit generated off of the stolen; or shall we say exploited identity theft.
Why do you lose a director?
Submission Reference ID: NZNJFRFL
One hurts me and one can fix me; good cop bad cop
2nd assault file human exploitation, identity theft and violations of my dignity smeared and exploited 2/17/2017
The people that hurt me every day are working in the digital web within my borders or in countries around the world, and they appear to be professional with access to Federal software used to attack and hurt an innocent man like me; never charged for pedophile or enemy combatant; however the police oppression tactics shaping human slavery in my town have overflowed into my life 10-15 times per day for over a year in a quest to make me a criminal or mentally ill; in fact I was almost killed when my sports car was hacked and I ended onto the side of a mountain wall.
These rogue cyber terrorists work with Aboriginal social services, in my opinion, using me as a wild card to hit RCMP retaliation for police oppression on reserves in Canada; hence my neighbor ex-RCMP; and the civilian people taught to snitch extort other civilians focus on elderly whites taken with a police blind eye; exponentially condoning their criminal actions taken against me and my community in a civilian revitalization operation.
Sexual assault heart Is done in many ways; such as physical digital molestation of which I have been done by the people stalking me over 1000 times; I am taunted in the web and they tell me they control my ability to get a sexual hard on and for now I am not allowed that physical privilege due to sexual medical malpractice manipulation of my electromagnetic field between my brain and genitals and heart.
Please bring these people to trial and free the digital chains on me and the freedoms stolen from my heart and mind and body; these people really think they own me as property to be sold to others with a desire to bully and hurt me and my family.
CIA Submission Reference ID: CTYUKT86
Aboriginal working with India and China; casino and manufacturing and boycotts on oil; and weapons sales shifting the Middle East wars and the military movement of personnel and equipment with the objective to use 120 million Mennonite civilian work cartel revitalization human slavery concubine pedophile real estate scam.
Civil war slaves against democracy and when weaker uniting with Afro American people fighting against racism in protests and race war.
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What are electromagnetic fields?
Microwaves, Radio Waves, and Other Types of Radiofrequency Radiation
You hit me standing in front of my open kitchen window and you shape my energy and emotions by vibrating the cells in the subatomic level inside of my electromagnetic field connecting my heart and brain. Black site torture Canada condoned by the RCMP that refuse to stop the cyber terrorism and digital assaults on me and my mother; objective hurt this small 84-year-old lady; make her puke digital extortion every time she eats and turn her mentally ill in front of me; objective activate me to hit the Canadian government that retaliates and hits those around me and use this energy manipulated to hit the USA while trying to frame me in terrorism to cover their digital terrorism inside of the USA; Orlando massacre; Dallas 6 dead cops; New Jersy train derailment, Israel bus bombing.http://www.amnesty.ca/
2/12/2017 5:00 pm
Canada terrorism in fear of my life and family
Sorry to bother you on yet another human rights violation digital torture claims in Canada. I am still feeling like digital terrorism in my electromagnetic field in my human body; why do you not investigate and prosecute those doing human rights war crimes on my body and animal?
2nd claim today
dangerous spine attack 2/12/2017 5:05
My neck is out and a bone in the top of the center of my neck in my spine is dislocated as a result of me filing this claim of human rights abuse on me in my home.
Brainwashing is medical malpractice and soon they will hit you
Thank you for contacting the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Another Version of Guerrilla Civilian Revitalization
Scam Beware
Many people may face this challenge today behind closed doors.
If you are hospitalized for mental illness and your spouse or family member is left alone they are easy predator-prey and you as well are predator-prey in the hospital locked away unable to help them or leave as your medications rise to control your unstable brain.
Your home is gone and the one you love most is gone and you are left alone in a mental health clinic fighting to leave with no place to go if your homes is repossessed due to your loved one extorted for the wealth and title to stay alive and finally dies due to anxiety and stress watch you fall into disarray in the mental health clinic.
All you need to do is keep doing predator-prey and maintain a file proving to a mental health team you fit this description; a danger to yourself and others around you.
Mental illness refers to a wide range of mental health conditions — disorders that affect your mood, thinking and behavior. Examples of mental illness include depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, eating disorders and addictive behaviors.
Many people have mental health concerns from time to time. But a mental health concern becomes a mental illness when ongoing signs and symptoms cause frequent stress and affect your ability to function.
A mental illness can make you miserable and can cause problems in your daily life, such as at school or work or in relationships. In most cases, symptoms can be managed with a combination of medications and talk therapy (psychotherapy).
By Mayo Clinic Staff
Signs and symptoms of mental illness can vary, be depending on the disorder, circumstances and other factors. Mental illness symptoms can affect emotions, thoughts, and behaviors.
Examples of signs and symptoms include:
• Feeling sad or down
• Confused thinking or reduced ability to concentrate
• Excessive fears or worries, or extreme feelings of guilt
• Extreme mood changes of highs and lows
• Withdrawal from friends and activities
• Significant tiredness, low energy or problems sleeping
• Detachment from reality (delusions), paranoia or hallucinations
• Inability to cope with daily problems or stress
• Trouble understanding and relating to situations and to people
• Alcohol or drug abuse
• Major changes in eating habits
• Sex drive changes
• Excessive anger, hostility or violence
• Suicidal thinking
Sometimes symptoms of a mental health disorder appear as physical problems, such as stomach pain, back pain, headache, or other unexplained aches and pains.
When to see a doctor
If you have any signs or symptoms of a mental illness, see your primary care provider or mental health specialist. Most mental illnesses don’t improve on their own, and if untreated, a mental illness may get worse over time and cause serious problems.
If you have suicidal thoughts
Suicidal thoughts and behavior are common with some mental illnesses. If you think you may hurt yourself or attempt suicide, get help right away:
• Call 911 or your local emergency number immediately.
• Call your mental health specialist.
• Call a suicide hotline number — in the U.S., call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255).
• Seek help from your primary care doctor or other health care provider.
• Reach out to a close friend or loved one.
• Contact a minister, spiritual leader or someone else in your faith community.
Suicidal thinking doesn’t get better on its own — so get help.
Helping a loved one
If your loved one shows signs of mental illness, have an open and honest discussion with him or her about your concerns. You may not be able to force someone to get professional care, but you can offer encouragement and support. You can also help your loved one find a qualified mental health provider and make an appointment. You may even be able to go along to the appointment.
If your loved one has done self-harm or is considering doing so, take the person to the hospital or call for emergency help.
Perry Ritthaler Life can be full of challenges as we face new technology in the world.

Perry Ritthaler Civil Service is pinned for this along with ex-civil service and another country or criminal cartel covert warfare cold war fleeces your nation.
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Sorry to bother you’ my home is still a cyber terrorism home and the local pub seems to be a hangout of people who screw me with terrible feelings and emotions in software used to hurt my spirit and feelings. Police terrorism; sponsored by India people and bikers residing in the community; definite bully issues every day attacking me in my home. Please take these people to task in a court of law through the World Court.
Thank you for contacting the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
2/14/2017 6:00 pm
Sorry to bother you visiting my mom and dad and the people terrorize me if I see my family because they bully me and them when I do; I am in the bathroom and my dad apparently is pulled into a scam in 3 to pay off the kid to protect my mom and take money from Karen and Mike in 23 to color my dad in a fraud to ensure I comply to your police terrorism through them; use to leverage a lawsuit pending (I cannot contact my lawyer in the USA to correspond because I am hacked) (email example on my website) please stop hitting me digital and running blood out of my left nostril; intel in my kitchen and digital strikes my body after intel has been taken and sold not be me of paid for the digital black site my home has become; so perhaps now they want to tie up loose ends; if I visit my mom and dad and please stop the rf terrorism in my life; I am blocked in my home fortunately now, however, they are still sitting in this digital police terrorism created your force using ex-police using civilians in a police state civilian revitalization program. Please visit my website www.digitalmindcoach.net to view previous terrorist actions taken on me in my home and person; human rights crimes. I have used no last names or street complete address; however, if you play this bull shit game with me I can also play this bull shit game back. I am identity hacked and so are my computers.
My fear is a stroke on my brain if they can run blood out of my nose. This is the fifth time for me this has been done to me; military-grade strike digital.
This is the third time done to me in my lifetime, and this time I have a half a terabyte of data on the seamless attacks.
2nd Attack 2/14/2017 8:00 pm
Bothered again in my home with feet hurting from attack and my brain tweaked and then terrorism cyber to make me angry; false flag created mental illness through healthcare Canada fraud of my intelligence and data or a private defense contractor using people they terrorize to comply to attack me. Police state pedophile extortion network building sociopath serial killers you turn on to exterminate and steal from pensioners using electromagnetic fields and rf signals and pedophile extortion and threats to hurt one or the other in the family; comply or lose your ability to think or feel healthy.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
I am being attacked digitally in my home again in the new cyber warfare in my region; my electromagnetic field is dropping too low and my body does not function right; I create science in quantum physics and astrophysics and metaphysics tied to psycho-cybernetics shaping train satellite operations used for hacking into defense departments and regional banking systems.
Your government in both Canada and the USA have failed to pay me for the training; and would like my movie props and just extorts me; so the data is taken by Canada in a leak mole situation and sold into global countries like China and I believe on a new satellite that has quantum entanglement capability. Why do human rights civil war crimes on me; please see my website at www.digitalmindcoach.net I am no pedophile or terrorist, and have worked in the past for your government and the USA D and D at the administration level. Perhaps someone that works in this field of espionage should be accessed; a higher pay grade candidate not working above the skill sets to deal with this legally. You owe me for guerrilla warfare training and fixing your broken police; 12 months of work and security cracks to strengthen homeland defense in Canada and still no money paid on the bill sitting at 1.4 million.
Thank you for contacting the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
3/11/2017 8:33 pm
Digital rape simulation is done by a sexual cyberspace molester
I ask you again; why have you not pushed legal actions to stop the crimes on me created by police backing ex-civil service using civilian slaves extorted by sick devious actions; holding community member digital stage and roofy digital rape.ww.digitalmindcoach.net evidence file

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Police Security Concern

The population appears to be angry in my community and they have hunted each other for a long time and now they realize it is the politician that crafts the policy and the police that enforce what they ask them to do in the community.
My concern is these political leaders can easily be targeted the same way our civilians target each other; because at the end of the day the politician is a taxpayer no different than the civilian attacking the civilian fighting to turn off this digital torture in the community for some and pleasure for others; pecking order for the rich to steal properties.
So if they die like Jim Prentice; so be it; everyone has a special time to pass and you can hide in a mouse hole and you die.
RCMP Executive

Role and Mandate
The Senior Executive Committee (SEC) is the senior decision-making forum established by the Commissioner for the development and approval of strategic, force-wide policies, pursuant to and consistent with the Commissioner’s authority under section 5 of the RCMP Act.

The role of SEC is to develop, promote and communicate strategic priorities, strategic objectives, management strategies and performance management for the purpose of direction and accountability.

Senior Executive Committee
Bob Paulson
Kevin Brosseau
Deputy Commissioner, Contract and Aboriginal Policing
Gilles Michaud
Deputy Commissioner, Federal Policing
Peter Henschel
Deputy Commissioner, Specialized Policing Services
Craig Callens
Deputy Commissioner, CO “E” Division
Marianne Ryan
Deputy Commissioner, “K” Division
Dan Dubeau
Chief Human Resources Officer
Alain Duplantie
Deputy Commissioner, Corporate Management, and Comptrollership
Rennie Marcoux
Chief Strategic Policy and Planning Officer
Liliana Longo
Senior General Counsel, Legal Services
Craig MacMillan
Professional Responsibility Officer
Dennis Watters
Chief Audit Executive, Internal Audit, and National Review Services
Serge Therriault
Executive Director, Public Affairs
Lisa-Marie Inman
Chief of Staff to the Commissioner
Jessica Hearty
Policy Analyst, Strategic Policy & Planning Directorate
Kiki Janes
SEC/SMT Coordinator, Strategic Policy & Planning Directorate
Bob Paulson


Bob Paulson
Commissioner Bob Paulson joined the RCMP in 1986 in Chilliwack, British Columbia. Prior to joining the RCMP, Commissioner Paulson served for almost seven years in the Canadian Armed Forces.

From 1986 to 2005, Commissioner Paulson policed in various locations in British Columbia at the municipal, provincial and federal policing levels. This included work related to frontline service delivery, major crime & unsolved homicides, aboriginal and community policing, and investigating serious and organized crime. In 2005, Commissioner Paulson transferred to National Headquarters in Ottawa, where he served in the Major and Organized Crime Intelligence Branch and then National Security Criminal Operations. In November 2008, he was promoted to Assistant Commissioner in charge of National Security Criminal Investigations and then Assistant Commissioner, Contract, and Aboriginal Policing Services. In November 2010, he was appointed Deputy Commissioner, Federal Policing.

Commissioner Paulson became the 23rd Commissioner of the RCMP on November 21, 2011. His focus since becoming Commissioner has been on the primacy of RCMP operations and on delivering results to Canadians through renewed emphasis on leadership and accountability.

Kevin Brosseau

Deputy Commissioner, Contract and Aboriginal Policing

Kevin Brosseau
Deputy Commissioner Kevin Brosseau joined the RCMP in 1988 in Edmonton, Alberta. From 1989 to 1998 he served in Williams Lake and Burnaby, British Columbia, as well as a number of locations in the Yukon in operational roles including municipal and provincial policing, general investigations and aboriginal and community policing.

In 2001 he earned a Bachelor of Laws degree, with distinction, at the University of Alberta. He completed his articles in Edmonton prior to attending Harvard Law School where, in 2003, he was granted his Masters of Laws degree.

From 2003 to 2005, D/Commr. Brosseau worked in the Strategic Policy and Planning Branch at RCMP Headquarters and in relation to the Maher Arar Commission of Inquiry and the Air India Flight 182 bombing review. After practicing law in New York, in 2008 he was appointed as the Senior Director of Operations at the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP.

In January 2011, he returned to the RCMP as the Assistant Commissioner of Contract and Aboriginal Policing. In addition to this role, D/Commr. Brosseau led the RCMP’s contribution to amend the RCMP Act, which culminated in the Federal Government tabling its Enhancing RCMP Accountability Act in June 2012.

Between August 2012 and March 2016, he was the Commanding Officer for “D” Division (Manitoba), and in March 2016, he was promoted to the rank of Deputy Commissioner, Contract and Aboriginal Policing where he is responsible for directing the development, implementation, and monitoring of national policies, procedures and standards governing the RCMP’s contract policing business line, including Provincial, Territorial, Municipal and Aboriginal policing. This accounts for approximately 60 per cent of the RCMP’s operational capability.

D/Commr. Brosseau is a former Fulbright Scholar and the recipient of many awards, including the Alberta Academy of Trial Lawyers Award and the National Aboriginal Achievement Award. In 2014 he was invested as an Officer into the Order of Merit of the Police Forces (OOM) and is also a recent graduate of the FBI’s National Executive Institute.

He is involved in several Community Organizations focussed on youth and is an active member of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

D/Commr. Brosseau was raised in Bonnyville, Alberta and is of Metis descent. He is married to Krista Brosseau. They are proud parents of their son, Nicholas.

Gilles Michaud

Deputy Commissioner, Federal Policing

Gilles Michaud, Deputy Commissioner, Federal Policing
Deputy Commissioner Gilles Michaud has been a proud member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) since 1986 when he was first posted to work in the Province of Quebec where he honed his Federal Policing experience from a small detachment in Mont Laurier to more specialized investigative units in St Jerome and Montreal. He eventually transferred to Ottawa where he continued his progression in the Federal Policing environment as a Commissioned Officer both within a Division and at National Headquarters.

During his 30 years of service with the Force, D/Commr. Michaud acquired a wealth of experience in the areas of organized crime, proceeds of crime and commercial crime investigations at the national and international levels. For a number of years, he was in charge of the RCMP’s National Security Criminal Investigations Program which was entrusted with investigating counter-terrorism and espionage cases.

He recently served as the first Commanding Officer of the newly-established National Division, whose mandate is to oversee the conduct of sensitive investigations of threats to Canada’s national interests, as well as, to provide protective policing services in the National Capital Region, including security for the Parliamentary Precinct, the Prime Minister of Canada and other Canadian Executives and foreign dignitaries.

In October 2016, Deputy Commissioner Gilles Michaud was appointed to lead the Force’s Federal Policing business line, which is the core line of service carried by the RCMP across Canada and around the world.

D/Commr. Michaud is a graduate of the FBI National Executive Institute’s 39th Session, the FBI National Academy’s 213th Session, as well as of the Leadership in Counter-Terrorism Program administered by the FBI National Academy. He is also a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School Executive Program in National and International Security and McGill University’s Executive Development Program.

He is a recipient of the Governor General’s medal for academic achievements, as well as, the Queen’s Jubilee and RCMP Long Service medals. In January 2014, D/Commr. Michaud was also appointed Officer of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces. He is originally from St Leonard, New Brunswick and is a loving father to his two adult children.

Peter Henschel

Deputy Commissioner, Specialized Policing Services

Peter Henschel
Deputy Commissioner Peter Henschel is responsible for Specialized Policing Services (SPS), a broad range of critical services that include the Canadian Firearms Program, the Canadian Police College, Criminal Intelligence Service Canada, the Chief Information Officer Sector, Forensic Science and Identification Services, and Technical Operations. His responsibilities include stewardship for National Police Services, a suite of scientific, technological and police educational programs that support the broader Canadian law enforcement community.

He joined the RCMP in 1981 and spent the first seven years of his career in general-duty and investigative policing in British Columbia. He then moved to Technical Operations at RCMP National Headquarters (HQ) in Ottawa in 1988, where he provided electronic, covert, and technical support to major investigations across Canada.

In 1997, he was commissioned and appointed Security Officer for Governor General Romeo LeBlanc. He later transferred to the Commercial Crime Section in the RCMP’s National Capital Region (NCR) division, where he also led the Tactical Troops and Emergency Medical Response Teams at major events.

He returned to National HQ in 2002, completing a series of assignments including Officer in Charge (OIC) of the Critical Incident Program; Director General, Major Events and Protective Services; and OIC, Protective Operations Branch, where he oversaw the security for the Prime Minister, Governor General, and other dignitaries.

Peter Henschel was appointed Assistant Commissioner, Forensic Science, and Identification Services, in September 2008. In this role, he led a wide range of forensic programs that provide specialized investigative support services to Canadian and international clients.

In May 2012, he was promoted to his current rank and position of Deputy Commissioner, Specialized Policing Services (SPS).

Born and raised in Alberta, Deputy Commissioner Henschel completed an Honours Diploma in Electronic Engineering Technology at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. He is a fitness enthusiast with an avid interest in cycling and cross-country skiing.

Dan Dubeau

Chief Human Resources Officer

Dan Dubeau
Deputy Commissioner (D/Commr.) Daniel Dubeau is originally from Bonnyville, Alberta, and joined the RCMP in 1984. After graduating from Depot in 1985, he was posted to “A” Division (Ottawa) as a member of the Executive/Diplomatic Protective Section in Protective Policing.

He was transferred to “F” Division (Saskatchewan) in 1986 where he performed municipal policing duties and highway patrol functions. He was then transferred to “O” Division (Ontario) in 1989 and for the next 10 years advanced through the NCO ranks performing federal policing duties in various locations throughout the province including functions such as drug enforcement, customs, and excise to commanding a federal detachment in northern Ontario. In 1996, he accepted a transfer to the Human Resources program at Divisional Headquarters.

In 1999, D/Commr. Dubeau was commissioned to the rank of Inspector in the Human Resources program for the Atlantic Region. For the next four years, he managed the Staffing, Labour Relations, Classification and Learning and Development programs for the region from his office in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Subsequently, he accepted a transfer to National Headquarters (Ottawa) where he worked in Executive/Officer Development and Resourcing.

In 2005, D/Commr. Dubeau was promoted to the rank of Chief Superintendent as the Director General, Employee and Management Relations. Shortly thereafter, he was seconded to the position of Executive Director, Human Resources Division, providing human resources services to the Department of Finance and Treasury Board Secretariat. He returned to the RCMP in 2008 and continued working in Human Resources in various leadership roles. In 2010, he was promoted to the rank of Assistant Commissioner as Director General, Workforce Programs, and Services. In June 2012, he was promoted to the rank of Deputy Commissioner.

D/Commr. Dubeau has extensive knowledge and experience in the field of Human Resources, all of which has prepared him for his current duty as Chief Human Resources Officer. In addition to his policing achievements, he holds a Bachelor of Professional Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from Athabasca University, as well as numerous certificates in fields such as Human Resources Management, Adult Education, Organizational Development, Project Management and Values and Ethics.

In 2001, D/Commr. Dubeau was granted the Certified Human Resources Professional designation from the Human Resources Professional Association of Ontario. He is also the recipient of the RCMP Long Service Medal, awarded in 2004.

Alain Duplantie

Deputy Commissioner, Corporate Management, and Comptrollership

Alain Duplantie
In August 1980, at 19 years of age, Deputy Commissioner Alain Duplantie joined the RCMP. Following his training at Depot, he was posted to “E” Division where he was assigned to general duties and general investigations at Burnaby, Surrey detachments. After several years of assignments investigating serious crimes, internal affairs, and homicides, including 10 years of service on emergency response teams as an assaulter and sharpshooter, D/Commr Duplantie switched gears in 2004 to pursue a career in financial administration and accounting within the Force.

In 2005, D/Commr Duplantie was commissioned to the rank of Inspector, OIC Financial Control, and Policy at National Headquarters. One year later, he returned to British Columbia where he was assigned to the Vancouver 2010 Integrated Security Unit as the Director of Corporate Services and Finance. In 2008, at the request of the Deputy Minister responsible for coordination of the Olympics and G8 security, while still responsible for the Olympic finance portfolio, he also took on the duties of Director of Finance for the G8/G20 Summits, a combination of Prime Minister-led summits that would take place in Huntsville and Toronto, Ontario. These two major events, both of which took place within the first six months of 2010, were the largest security deployments in the RCMP’s history.

Following these assignments, in the summer of 2010, D/Commr Duplantie was transferred to Fredericton, New Brunswick, as the OIC Corporate Planning and Client Services for the Atlantic Region. One year later, he was appointed to the position of Corporate Management Officer for the Atlantic Region.

In June 2012, D/Commr Duplantie was appointed as the RCMP’s Chief Financial and Administrative Officer. In his role as objective strategic advisor for business solutions, he supports the Commissioner in the achievement of departmental strategic and operational priorities by providing service excellence in the areas of financial administration, strategic investment, asset and real property management, procurement and contracting, and corporate management systems.

D/Commr Duplantie holds a Management Systems Certificate from the British Columbia Institute of Technology (1989), a Bachelor of Business Administration from Simon Fraser University (2000) and a Master of Business Administration from Laurentian University (2011). In 2007, he was granted the professional designation of Certified General Accountant and is a member of the Certified General Accountants associations of British Columbia, Ontario, and Canada.

Rennie Marcoux

Chief Strategic Policy and Planning Officer

Rennie Marcoux
Rennie Marcoux was appointed as the Chief Strategic Policy and Planning Officer in December 2012. Ms. Marcoux is responsible for developing the Force’s strategic policy and planning capacity. As such, she oversees all Strategic Policy and Planning Directorate (SPPD) programs and services including Executive Services and Ministerial Liaison; Organizational Priorities and Strategy Management and Strategic Policy. Ms. Marcoux is also responsible for the RCMP’s obligations under the Access to Information and Privacy Acts.

In May 2014, the Public Affairs Directorate was added to Ms. Marcoux’s Portfolio. Public Affairs consist of National Communication Services, Musical Ride and Strategic Partnerships and Heritage.

Prior to her arrival at the RCMP, Ms. Marcoux held the position of Assistant Secretary of the Cabinet, Security, and Intelligence, in the Privy Council Office. In this capacity, she was responsible for advising and supporting the National Security Advisor, and through him, the Prime Minister on security and intelligence and emergency management issues. Ms. Marcoux also supported the Cabinet Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence, as well as the Cabinet Committee on National Security.

Prior to that, she was Assistant Director (Secretariat) in the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), responsible for supporting the Director in his overall responsibilities for control and accountability of the Service. This included the Service’s relationship with its review bodies, the Inspector General of CSIS and the Security Intelligence Review Committee.

Ms. Marcoux also has prior experience as a Privy Council Officer, having spent time in the Security and Intelligence and Machinery of Government Secretariats, and as Assistant Clerk, Orders in Council. She began her career in government as a linguist/analyst with the Communications Security Establishment Canada.

Ms. Marcoux has completed undergraduate and graduates studies in political science and international relations at the Université de Montréal, Carleton University, and the Friedrich-Wilhelm Universität in Bonn, Germany.

Liliana Longo

Senior General Counsel, Legal Services

Liliana Longo
In June 1996, Ms. Longo was appointed General Counsel in DFO, Legal Services, and made Senior General Counsel in January 1999. In her current position as Senior General Counsel, she manages the provision of legal services for the RCMP and is a member of the Senior Executive Committee.

Born in Italy, Ms. Longo studied at Marianopolis College, McGill University (completed Masters courses in psycholinguistics) and the University of Montreal; she holds degrees in Applied Linguistics and Civil Law. She was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 1980.

Ms. Longo has previous experience in private practice, experience working as special advisor to a Federal Minister and experience as a Crown prosecutor in the Montreal Regional Office of the Department of Justice, Canada.

She held the position of Director, Legislative Affairs, Customs Programs at Revenue Canada, and Senior Counsel, National Strategy for Drug Prosecutions.

Craig MacMillan

Professional Responsibility Officer

Craig MacMillan
A/Commr. Craig S. MacMillan was born and raised in Southern Alberta and joined the RCMP in 1986 in Ontario. He has served in Alberta, British Columbia and Nova Scotia in operational policing positions including general duty, Major Crime, Informatics, Hate Crime Team. He also worked briefly with the Medicine Hat City Police and as a Park Ranger prior to joining the Force.

In 1990, A/Commr. MacMillan took an extended unpaid leave during which he completed a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree at Dalhousie Law School, became a member of the British Columbia Bar, and completed a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Law from the University of British Columbia. During this period A/Commr. MacMillan worked in a variety of positions including with the Atlantic Region of the Canadian Human Rights Commission, Nova Scotia Police Commission Investigative Branch, and Criminal Justice and Legal Services Branches of the Ministry of the Attorney General of British Columbia, as well as a lawyer in private practice in Vancouver, B.C., where he specialized in professional discipline law, including defending and prosecuting allegations of police misconduct.

A/Commr. MacMillan returned to the RCMP in 1997 in the Pacific Region where he successively worked as Legal Counsel in the Operations Policy Unit, Special Advisor in Commercial Crime, and Grievance Adjudicator. In 2007, he transferred to Ottawa as Director and Senior Counsel of the Member Representative Directorate. More recently, A/Commr. MacMillan was Senior Advisor to the Labour Relations Initiative responsible for developing and providing advice and direction relative to discipline, grievances, and other processes that have been proposed in the Enhancing Royal Canadian Mounted Police Accountability Act. In 2012, A/Commr. MacMillan was appointed as the Director General of Adjudicative Services Branch. After acting in the role for eight months, A/Commr. MacMillan has been appointed as the Professional Responsibility Officer.

A/Commr. MacMillan is also an author and educator on ethics and policing. He currently is an instructor in the Ethics for Police Leaders course for the Police Leadership Program at Dalhousie University College of Continuing Education and has been part-time faculty at Kwantlan University College, University of British Columbia Continuing Education, and University College of the Fraser Valley. He is a co-author of Ethical Issues in Law Enforcement (3rd ed.) (Emond Montgomery, 2008), and has authored a number of professional and academic articles on ethics, constitutional law, police independence, hate crime, violence in relationships, and compelled statements from police officers.

In addition to his Ph. D. in Law and LL.B., A/Commr. MacMillan holds a Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Judicial Administration from Brock University, a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Legal Studies from the University of Lethbridge and a Diploma in Law Enforcement from Lethbridge Community College.

A/Commr. MacMillan resides in Ottawa with his wife and two children.

Dennis Watters

Chief Audit Executive, Internal Audit, and National Review Services

Dennis Watters
Dennis Watters joined the RCMP in 2011. In his role as Chief Audit Executive (CAE), Mr. Watters provides RCMP senior management with independent and objective advice and guidance, as well as advisory and assurance services designed to add value and improve the effectiveness of RCMP risk management strategies, management control frameworks, and governance processes. Prior to joining the RCMP, Mr. Watters was the Director General of Audit at the Department of National Defence. Mr. Watters is a Chartered Accountant and Certified Fraud Examiner with over 20 years of service in the federal Public Service in Audit and Finance at various departments, including the Office of the Comptroller General at the Treasury Board Secretariat and the Canadian International Development Agency.

Serge Therriault

Executive Director, Public Affairs

Serge Therriault
After joining the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in 1984, A/Commr. Therriault performed front line policing duties and federal enforcement in aboriginal, rural, and urban communities. While adapting to various postings across Canada, he developed a broad knowledge of global crime trends and local issues, as well as of the legal framework at the municipal, provincial and federal level. Amidst his varied operational work, he also had the opportunity to mentor new recruits as a facilitator at the RCMP Training Academy from 1994 to 1997, and later on, contribute to the development of the executive cadre as a human resources officer at the RCMP Headquarters from 2006 to 2008

During his career, A/Commr Therriault was selected to lead numerous multi-disciplinary teams based on personal achievements and operational successes. This was highlighted in his role as Criminal Operations Officer in the National Capital from 2008 to 2012, where he oversaw investigations related to National Security, International Anti-Corruption, Organized Crime, War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity, Cyber and Financial Crimes.

In October 2012, he joined the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH), as Deputy Commissioner in charge of the development of the Haitian National Police. Two years later, he became the 9th UNPOL Commissioner of MINUSTAH, building capacity for the transition of policing responsibilities and rule of law to the national authorities.

Upon returning to Canada in December 2015, A/Commr. Therriault accepted the responsibilities of the RCMP’s Public Affairs portfolio which includes National Communication Services, Strategic Partnership and Heritage Branch, and the Musical Ride.

In addition to his extensive administrative and operational policing experience, A/Commr. Therriault holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration.

He is married and the proud father of three young men.
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Physicians for Human Rights
Using science and medicine to stop human rights violations
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Thank you for contacting the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Local real estate Century 21 appears to be the push in the community.
Email: audit@recbc.ca
Telephone: 604.683.9664 | Toll-free: 1.877.683.9664 | Fax: 604.683.9017
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Physicians for Human Rights
Using science and medicine to stop human rights violations
Digital cyber human rights war crimes digital sick and cyber terrorism and psychological terrorism done by every night for a year; sad part one is a general practitioner; the people around my home www.digitalmindcoach.net mostly created by ex-civil service who get a bonus for balancing the provincial budget convincing pensioners to die and pedophile of children used as extortion to make those comply. This is international generated by incompetent political leadership running the countries played into a con doing a con on the taxpayer paid off by India and Japan backed by criminals running both the USA and Canada.
Your leaders in your con run by your people leading the field in human rights war crimes.
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