Ensure a safe, equitable workplace

A number of critical reports on RCMP culture have reinforced that to prevent and address workplace harassment and discrimination, we need to take a long-term approach that addresses not only wrongful behaviour, but also its root causes.

We have heard the calls and are taking action. We have strengthened our governance; prioritized diversity and inclusion; improved how harassment is addressed and resolved; and, are working to ensure RCMP leaders have the right mix of character and skills to support a healthy workplace. Ensuring a more equitable RCMP workplace, free of harassment, violence, and discrimination is a top priority. We know this will take long-term action; however, we are committed to seeing it through.

Advance efforts towards 2SLGBTQIA+ inclusion)

Create an inclusive workplace where all RCMP employees are able to be themselves and the needs of 2SLGBTQIA+ employees are supported.

Design RCMP facilities to be more inclusive

Design facilities that are inclusive of diverse abilities, languages, cultures and genders.

Establish the Independent Centre for Harassment Resolution (ICHR)

Provide centralized, independent oversight for harassment resolution.

Foster more inclusive RCMP workplace culture

Improve and modernize the workplace culture.

Support national and provincial/territorial employee gender and harassment advisory committees (GHACs)

Provide advice on gender, sexual orientation, harassment, equity and inclusivity.

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