By Mike Cavender, RTDNA Executive Director The sudden decision by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the national police service in Canada, to stop releasing the names of people who are crime victims or die in accidents is a bad policy. RTDNA joins our Canadian colleagues at RTDNA Canada in opposing the RCMP decision.

By Mike Cavender, RTDNA Executive Director The sudden decision by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the national police service in Canada, to stop releasing the names of people who are crime victims or die in accidents is a bad policy. RTDNA joins our Canadian colleagues at RTDNA Canada in opposing the RCMP decision.

By Mike Cavender, RTDNA Executive Director The sudden decision by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the national police service in Canada, to stop releasing the names of people who are crime victims or die in accidents is a bad policy. RTDNA joins our Canadian colleagues at RTDNA Canada in opposing the RCMP decision.

By Mike Cavender, RTDNA Executive Director The sudden decision by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the national police service in Canada, to stop releasing the names of people who are crime victims or die in accidents is a bad policy. RTDNA joins our Canadian colleagues at RTDNA Canada in opposing the RCMP decision.

By Mike Cavender, RTDNA Executive Director The sudden decision by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the national police service in Canada, to stop releasing the names of people who are crime victims or die in accidents is a bad policy. RTDNA joins our Canadian colleagues at RTDNA Canada in opposing the RCMP decision.

By Mike Cavender, RTDNA Executive Director The sudden decision by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the national police service in Canada, to stop releasing the names of people who are crime victims or die in accidents is a bad policy. RTDNA joins our Canadian colleagues at RTDNA Canada in opposing the RCMP decision.

By Mike Cavender, RTDNA Executive Director The sudden decision by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the national police service in Canada, to stop releasing the names of people who are crime victims or die in accidents is a bad policy. RTDNA joins our Canadian colleagues at RTDNA Canada in opposing the RCMP decision.

By Mike Cavender, RTDNA Executive Director The sudden decision by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the national police service in Canada, to stop releasing the names of people who are crime victims or die in accidents is a bad policy. RTDNA joins our Canadian colleagues at RTDNA Canada in opposing the RCMP decision.

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