RCMP make progress on MacNeil report

42 of 64 recommendations implemented but police association unhappy with delays
By Sabrina Nanji
|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 02/22/2016

Almost 18 months after a deadly shooting in Moncton killed three Mounties and injured two others, the national police force is reporting it has made significant progress on the recommendations that followed.

On Feb. 9, the RCMP announced it had implemented 42 of the 64 recommendations made by retired RCMP assistant commissioner Alphonse MacNeil, who conducted the independent review following the shooting on June 4, 2014.