The Canadian Firearms Program ( Cfp )

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It is not that simple to answer this kind of question especially when we have conflicts between two parties in which should the program be continued; however, we as project managers often have to intervene to resolve conflicts between two groups of people. The intervention, whether it is an action, recommendation or even suggestion, should be based on facts, results and statistic that have been reached or that have been logically predicted. From that point, we are going to overview the Canadian Firearms Program (CFP) and review some cases, as well as going over a verifiable data. The CFP is an operational service within the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). The CFP’s strategic is, “Increased public safety through effective risk management of firearms and their users”. As in together with the RCMP 's mission statement of "Safe Homes, Safe Communities‖", the CFP’s mission is to: • "support judicial and law enforcement organizations; • prevent the misuse of firearms in Canada; and • enhance public safety by helping reduce death, injury and threat from firearms through responsible ownership, use and storage of firearms". Since crime was first measured in Canada, fluctuations have been noticed in the crime rate from year-to-year. According to Statistics Canada, from 1962 to 1991, the police-reported crime rate increased steadily, and then started to decline. As a matter of fact, in 2013 reported crime rate was at its lowest point since 1969. Furthermore, the homicide

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