Between 2 per cent and 8 per cent of complaints are false reports, according to research from North America, the United Kingdom and Australia. Inflated unfounded rates create the impression that police receive fewer complaints of sexual assault than they actually do. In turn, that gives the appearance that more complaints lead to an arrest. When unfounded cases are factored in as complaints, however, the charge rate drops to 34 per cent.
No dispatch date yet for Canadian police officers heading to Mali: Ambassador
Nude photos: 7 laws protect you - but they're not enough - Mirror Online
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Nude photos: 7 laws protect you - but they're not enough
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No dispatch date yet for Canadian police officers heading to Mali: Officials from the two forces, along with officials from Public Safety Canada and Global Affairs, visited Mali in June to take a closer look at how they could train local police. Those local forces are overstretched, and having difficulty securing key smuggling routes extremist groups are using. Mali, one of the world's poorest countries in the world, doesn't have enough resources to protect its porous borders. Approximately Canadian peacekeepers and 8 helicopters -- 3 Chinooks and 5 Griffons - are currently in Gao to conduct medical evacuations for ill and injured peacekeepers from other countries.