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The RCMP will hold an open five-session workshop on how Canada’s national security agencies work, at the Justice Institute in New Westminster next month.

The weekly workshops will include participation from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Canada Border Services Agency, the Commission for Public Complaints against the RCMP and the Provincial Prosecution Service. They include a field training exercise in Chilliwack and a mock investigation.

The four sessions at the Justice Institute will be held in the evenings from April 12 to May 3. There will be a limited number of candidates selected. For more information contact the RCMP at 604-598-4040.

 

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