Police Resources in Canada 2005 - PDF File
|The report Police Resource in Canada has two components. The
first is an analytical component that examines trends in police personnel and
expenditures at the national, provincial and census metropolitan area (CMA)
levels, including data by rank and gender. Context is provided in terms of
changes in the size of populations policed and in terms of rates in other
countries. The second is a tabular component that summarizes crime, personnel
and expenditure statistics for all municipal police departments in Canada. Key
rates such as population per officer, per capita costs, overall crime rates and
clearance rates are included for each police service.
Security, both public and private, has recently become a strong public concern, and this may lead to changes in some areas of policing. The analysis of trends in key ratios such as per capita costs, population per officer, police to civilian ratios and the number of offences per officer can help shed some light on how the police community is responding to a changing environment.
Published by Statistics Canada, 2005.
Note: Statistics Canada released Police Resources in Canada 2005 on December 15, 2005, as a PDF file for $28.00. Effective April 24, 2006, Statistics Canada will offer this PDF file free of charge. It can be downloaded from Statistics Canadas website: http://www.statcan.ca/start.html.
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