The RCMP seeks your help to bring our Indigenous women and girls home
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is looking for your help in solving outstanding cases of missing Indigenous women. Every year, we highlight specific cases via social media that are featured on the Canada's Missing website.
For a period of 10 weeks, the RCMP will share information on these cases on its Facebook and Twitter accounts. The start of the campaign in October was chosen to coincide with the Sisters in Spirit Vigil held by the Native Women's Association of Canada each October 4th. Each case on the Canada's Missing website is profiled with a poster that provides information about the missing individual and the circumstances of the case and can be printed for distribution.
How the public can help:
- Visit canadasmissing.ca to review the cases and to learn how to submit a tip
- "Like" the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on Facebook to see information about the cases and share them
- Follow @rcmpgrcpolice on Twitter to read about and retweet information on the cases
This initiative is an opportunity for communities across the country to be involved by sharing information that may generate tips for the investigating officers. With the public's help we hope to bring these women and girls home.
The RCMP has a rich and productive history of more than 140 years of service to First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities across the country. Today, the RCMP serves more than 600 Indigenous communities across Canada, and has over 1,900 Indigenous employees. Our efforts focus on reducing violence against Indigenous women and contributing to their increased safety and well-being in the communities we serve.
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