Manitoba – success stories
Through innovative initiatives and programs, the RCMP works with its partners, connects with communities and supports its people in order to keep Canadians safe.
New software improves mental health response
New software is helping officers of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Manitoba better respond to people in mental health crisis. Read how HealthIM's Brief Mental Health Screener is benefiting police, hospitals and the public.
Flying in to Oxford House
Sick leave and staffing shortages plagued this remote fly-in detachment until a simple change renewed officers' health and work-life balance. Read how flying in to Oxford House every month is speeding up response times and helping them work better.
No ordinary stray
A dog rescued by an RCMP officer in rural Manitoba may soon give back as a therapy dog. Read more about Enzo's journey.
Targeting mental illness
When cadets arrive at the RCMP Training Academy, they know they joined to serve and to protect Canadians. But once they become officers, they learn some calls are tougher to handle than others. Read more about important partnerships and resources that help people cope in a crisis.
No more suffering in silence
Domestic violence, often fuelled by drug and alcohol abuse, can destroy lives. It's in communities everywhere and in Moose Lake, Man. — population 1,100 — read what RCMP Cst. Ryan Harnum decided to do about it.
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