Nunavut leaders calling for systematic review of RCMP service in the territory

A growing number of Nunavut leaders are calling for a territory-wide review of the RCMP after more than 30 cases have emerged involving allegations of police brutality, misconduct and insensitivity.

"Absolutely, I think it's important that there be a review of the RCMP. I think that's a healthy way of seeing where things are at," said Aluki Kotierk, president of Nunavut Tunngavik Inc., the organization that represents Nunavut Inuit.

The Legal Services Board of Nunavut, the territory's legal aid agency, sent two letters to the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP (CRCC) over the past year detailing those cases.


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