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  • Journals and periodicals: 85F0017X
    Description:

    The RCMP Public Complaints Commission Survey was conducted by the Special Surveys Division of Statistics Canada on behalf of the RCMP Public Complaints Commission (PCC). The purpose of the survey was to obtain some measure of the quality of service provided by the Public Complaints Commission during the review process. Two questionnaires were used, one for complainants and one for members involved in complaints in order to obtain both perspectives. The information collected in the two surveys will be used as a tool to guide the Commission in assessing their total quality service. This report summarizes the findings of the survey.

    Data collection took place from January to May, 1995 and, due to the relatively small target population, took the form of a self-administered census type survey using a mail-out/mail-back questionnaire. Questions were geared towards collecting information about satisfaction and knowledge of the Receipt and Review Process for complainants and for RCMP members. The response rate achieved for complainants was 62%, and for members it was 71%.

    Release date: 1995-06-28

  • Table: 12F0042X
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    The tables contained in this document are results from the criminal victimization portion of the 1993 General Social Survey on Personal Risk (GSS - Cycle 8). The purpose of these tables is two-fold: they provide results from the 1993 survey and, since the 1993 survey was essentially a replication of the 1988 General Social Survey, they provide a means of exploring the changes which have or have not occured over the five-year period.

    Early in 1988 and throughout 1993, the GSS conducted telephone interviews with approximately 10,000 Canadian adults aged 15 years and over. The sample in both cases targeted the non-institutionalized population in the ten provinces, excluding households without telephones (2% of the population).

    Release date: 1995-02-06

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  • Table: 12F0042X
    Description:

    The tables contained in this document are results from the criminal victimization portion of the 1993 General Social Survey on Personal Risk (GSS - Cycle 8). The purpose of these tables is two-fold: they provide results from the 1993 survey and, since the 1993 survey was essentially a replication of the 1988 General Social Survey, they provide a means of exploring the changes which have or have not occured over the five-year period.

    Early in 1988 and throughout 1993, the GSS conducted telephone interviews with approximately 10,000 Canadian adults aged 15 years and over. The sample in both cases targeted the non-institutionalized population in the ten provinces, excluding households without telephones (2% of the population).

    Release date: 1995-02-06

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  • Journals and periodicals: 85F0017X
    Description:

    The RCMP Public Complaints Commission Survey was conducted by the Special Surveys Division of Statistics Canada on behalf of the RCMP Public Complaints Commission (PCC). The purpose of the survey was to obtain some measure of the quality of service provided by the Public Complaints Commission during the review process. Two questionnaires were used, one for complainants and one for members involved in complaints in order to obtain both perspectives. The information collected in the two surveys will be used as a tool to guide the Commission in assessing their total quality service. This report summarizes the findings of the survey.

    Data collection took place from January to May, 1995 and, due to the relatively small target population, took the form of a self-administered census type survey using a mail-out/mail-back questionnaire. Questions were geared towards collecting information about satisfaction and knowledge of the Receipt and Review Process for complainants and for RCMP members. The response rate achieved for complainants was 62%, and for members it was 71%.

    Release date: 1995-06-28

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