Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

National identity crime strategy : for a stronger and safer Canada.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

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Stratégie nationale de la lutte contre les crimes liés à l'identité : pour un Canada plus fort et plus sûr.

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1 online resource (18 pages) : illustrations

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Issued also in French under title: Stratégie nationale de la lutte contre les crimes liés à l'identité : pour un Canada plus fort et plus sûr.
"January 2013."--Page 1.

Summary

"A National Identity Crime Strategy is essential for two primary reasons: first, because identity crime is such a broad crime trend affecting so many entities, a document illustrating agreed upon definitions and goals is fundamental if it is hoped to make significant progress combating it; second, a National Strategy establishes a blueprint for collective actions and solutions. It allows us to share information that identifies gaps and emerging crime trends while establishing a plan of action that benefits all participants. While many organizations have undertaken proactive steps to either educate, prevent, or deter identity crime; without a National Strategy, partner agencies are left to deal with identity crime separately, resulting in a scattershot approach. Collectively, we can establish an effective, targeted plan of action."--Page 4.

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