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INNOVATIVEINOURAPPROACHAnnualReport2014 3Tableofcontents8ORGANIZATIONALTRANSFORMATIONANDTHECITIZEN-FOCUSEDAPPROACH16PUBLICSAFETYINTERVENTIONS28CRIMINALCODEINFRACTIONSIN20144MESSAGEFROMTHECHAIROFTHECOMMISSIONDELASCURITPUBLIQUE21DEMOGRAPHICSTATISTICSABOUTSPVMPERSONNEL5MESSAGEFROMTHEDIRECTOROFTHESERVICEDEPOLICEDELAVILLEDEMONTRAL24ROADSAFETYANDTRAFFICREGULATIONS6VISION7VALUESANDMISSION12INTERVENTIONSWITHTARGETEDGROUPS262014OFFENCESANDVIOLATIONSOFTHECRIMINALCODE36OPERATIONALSTATISTICS39INVESTIGATIONSUNDERTAKENBYTHEDIVISIONDESAFFAIRESINTERNESETDESNORMESPROFESSIONNELLESIN201444MAPOFNEIGHBOURHOODPOLICESTATIONS45MEMBERSCommissiondelascuritpubliqueExecutiveCommitteeoftheServicedepolicedelaVilledeMontral 4MESSAGEFROMTHEchairoftheCommissiondelascuritpubliqueDearcitizensMontralisknownforbeingoneofthesafestcityinNorthAmerica.Thisclimateofpeaceandpublicsafetyisoneofthemainstayofthequalityoflifeintheneighbourhoods.Eagertopreservequalityofpolice-citizensrelationstheCommissiondelascuritpubliqueislisteningtotheexpectationsexpressedbycitizensandiscontinuouslyexploringwiththeSPVMmanagementnewwaystoanswercitizensneeds.ItisinthisperspectivethattheSPVMisorientingitsactionstowardacitizensapproachaphilosophyplacingthequalityofitsrelationswithcitizensatthecenterofitspreoccupations.IsalutetheworkofcivilianpersonnelandpoliceofcerswhomadethisapproachagreatoccasiontounifycitizenscontributionandSPVMcommitmenttomaintainadurablepeaceclimateinMontral.AnieSamsonprsidenteCommissiondescuritpublique 5DearcitizensInthispastyearSPVMspoliceofcersandcivilianshaveputintoactiontheorganizationsplantopushfurthertheneighbourhoodpolicemodel.Addingacitizenapproachtoallourunitsin2014enablesustoenteraneweraofrelationsbetweencitizensandpoliceofcers.Anerawherepoliceworkischaracterizedbyagreatersupporttothecommunityclosertosolutionsforlocalproblemsaswellaspreventionissuessuchasconjugalviolenceprostitutionmentalhealthandthehomeless.Fromapolicestandpointbeingproactivemeansthateachcitizeneachpartnerinthecommunityandeachmerchantholdanimportantplaceinpreventionandpublicpeaceandthereforeplayakeyroleinpublicsafetyinneighbourhoods.Iwanttothankallemployeesfortheircommitmentanddevotiontomakepublicsafetythecenterofqualityoflifeinallneighbourhoods.Ialsowanttothankallourcommunitypartnersandcitizenswhohelpedusinourdailywork.MarcParentdirecteurServicedepolicedelaVilledeMontralMESSAGEFROMTHEDirectoroftheServicedepolicedelaVilledeMontral 66VISIONAnagilehigh-performingandtransparentpoliceservicewithclosetiestoitscommunityinordertoserveitbetterthisiswhattheServicedepolicedelaVilledeMontrealSPVMaspirestoinitsdesiretoleadtheneighbourhoodpolicetoitsultimateformapoliceservicewhereallactionsarebasedonasharedvisionreectingintoeverydaylife.AttheSPVMeachmemberisproudtobeinvolvedintoHIScommunityandthiscanbewitnessedbyeveryone. 7ValuesTheSPVMembracesthreefundamentalvaluesrespectintegrityandcommitment.Theyarethepillarsthatmustalwaysdrivethebehavioursandactionsofmanagementpoliceofcersandcivilianstaff.RespectRespectisactingandtreatingotherswithconsiderationanddignitybybeingopentodifferences.Respectispresentinrelationswiththecitizenspartnersandthecommunityinrelationshipswithemployeespartnerofcersandsuperiors.Ineverydayworkemployeesdemonstratethesamerespectandopennessastheywouldtoamemberoftheirownfamily.IntegrityIntegrityisthequalityofapersoncarryingouthisherprofessionwithstraightforwardnesshonestyandfairness.ThetrustandrespectthatcitizensplaceintheSPVMisbasedontheintegrityofeachemployee.CommitmentCommitmentistheactionofdedicatingoneselftothemissionoftheorganizationandtotherelatedrolesandresponsibilities.IncarryingouttheirworktheSPVMstaffactinamannerthatdemonstratestheirconcernforissuesintheirenvironmentandbycontributingtondingsolutions.MissionThemissionoftheServicedepolicedelaVilledeMontralSPVMistoprotectthelivesandpropertyofcitizensmaintainpeaceandpublicsafetypreventandghtcrimeaswellasupholdlawsandregulationsineffectarticles48and69ofthePoliceActR.S.Q.c.P-31.1.Inpartnershipwithinstitutionssocio-economicorganiza-tionscommunitygroupsandcitizensoftheMontrealareatheSPVMiscommittedtoenhancingthequalityoflifeoftheMontrealcommunitybyworkingtoreducecrimeimprovingroadsafetyfosteringasenseofsecurityanddevelopingapeacefulandsafelivingenvironmentwhilerespectingtherightsandfreedomsguaranteedundertheCanadianandQuebeccharters. OvertheyearsMontralssocio-demographicrealityhaschangedandthishasinuencedpolice-citizenrelations.Atthesametimenewurbanrealitiessuchashomelessnessprostitutionmentalhealthissuesdrugaddictionandstreetgangshavemadepoliceworkmorecomplex.Aswellnewinformationtechnologieshaveledtotheintroductionofnewcrimescyber-bullyingonlinepornographyetc.whicharedrivenbyaccessibilitytovictimstheseeminganonymityofthosewhocommitthesecrimes.In2012inordertoadapttothesechangestheSPVMlaunchedanorganizationaltransformationprocessfocusingoncommunityrelationsbuildingpartnershipsanddevelopingagreateropennesstowardcommunitygroups.Innovationtransparencycommunicationexchangesaccountabilityandethicsarekeywordsinthisprocessandthecitizen-focusedapproachistheleadingdriver.ThisapproachcreatesastructureforinteractionswithcitizensORGANIZATITRANSFORTHECITIZENAPPROACH8 9TrainingIn2014inaccordancewiththeLoifavorisantledveloppementetlareconnaissancedescomptencesdelamain-doeuvreL.R.Q.c.D-8.3theSPVMinvested1ofpayrollinworkforcetrainingin2014amountingtoover5million.OveralltheSPVMallocated165000traininghoursinvolving151topicsamongwhichtasersghtingagainstjuvenilesexualexploitationbicyclepatrolrequalicationrstaidandhigh-techcrimes.Forexamplesomethirtypoliceofcerstookpartina5-daybasicPoliceoperationcommandtrainingsessionintendedforseniorofcerslikelytoassumeahigh-levelroleandbeinchargeofaworkteamduringanoperation.Fromanacademicstandpointover1200policeofcershaveanundergraduatecerticateorbachelorsdegreeorauniversitydegreeaMastersdegreefromcolenationaledadministrationpubliqueNAPoranMBAfromcoledeshautestudescommercialesHCorUniversitdeMontral.allowingtoimprovethedevelopmentoflocalactionplans.Beyondachievingpoliceobjectivestheseplansarefocusedonrespondingtotheneedsofthepopulation.IndevelopingtheseplansSPVMpoliceofcersexpandedactivitiestodialogueandsharewiththepopulationandmetwithallcitizengroupsbusinesspeopleseniorsschoolprincipalselectedofcialstenantslandlordsworkersparentsetc.AnumberofmeetingstookplacealloverMontralneighbourhoodsincommunitycentresshoppingmallsaswellasinneighbourhoodPoliceStationsandevensometimesinrestaurantsandhairsalons.TheinnovativeaspectistheSPVMscommitmenttopresenttheseactionplanstothepublicbeforeputtingthemintoplaceandtoconductayear-endreviewwiththecommunity.Onabroaderscaleorganizationaltransformationisamultilateralapproachinvolvingaseriesofmeasuresallintendedtoimproveservicestocitizens.Hereisanoverview.NALATIONANDFOCUSED In2014continuingtobuildoneffectivenessin2014theSPVMtookoveranewbuildingwhichwillhouseitsSpecializedinvestigationServiceServicedesenqutesspcialiseswherein2015severalinvestigationunitswillbereunitedenhancingitsstaffsafety.ThisbuildingwillalsoprovidetheSPVMwiththepossibilityofhavingasitededicatedexclusivelytoitsactivitieswhilerespondingtoexpectedexpansionneedsandtomeettargetedoperationalandnancialobjectives.Intermsoftechnologyinlate2014theSPVMbegantheimplementationofanadvancedvoiceradio-communicationssystemintheMontralagglomerationareaSRAMwithsomeofitsunits.Thisdigitalshared-channelradio-communicationssystemwillenhancepoliceoperationsparticularlyforinterventionsthatrequireinterfacingwithothercityservices.Encryptedbroadcastmessagesaswellasitsexpandedcoveragewillmakethissystemcurrentlyinitsnalroll-outphaseapreferredcommunicationmethod.TheOnlineReportsymbolizingperformanceinthisageoftelecommunicationsandoptimaluseofresourcesplaysakeyroleintheSPVMsserviceofferingtothepublic.Peoplecancompleteaneventreportfornon-emergencysituationswherenopoliceofcerisrequiredandnoevidenceneedstobegathered.UniversitytrainingwasalsoavailableforinvestigatorswhoenrolledinashortprogramoninvestigationmanagementofferedbycolenationaledepoliceduQubecNPQthroughUniversitduQubecinTrois-RiviresUQTR.InadditionSPVMmanagerstookpartinethicstraining.InvestigationreviewMeetingwithpublicexpectationsinmindtheSPVMconductedareviewofitsinvestigationprocedureswithagreateremphasisontheneedsofthepopulationtheSPVMsstrategicorientationsvulnerablegroupsandemergingcrime.Theobjectivesofthisreviewistostrengthenrelationshipswiththepopulationestablishcommunitydialogueandachievetransparencyofouractionsinordertoensurethatthereisabetterunderstandingofhowcertainaspectsofpolicing.Citizensatisfactioninhandlinginvestigationsandmanagertrainingarealsopartofthisreviewobjectives.EmploymentequitypoliceofcersRecruitingemploymentequitypoliceofcersisanotherwayofstrengtheningrelationshipbetweentheSPVMandthepublic.InfactcontinuingtorecruitnativesorvisibleethnicminoritiesispartoftheSPVMsinitiativesputintoplacetoreectMontralsculturaldiversity.ThisprocesstostrengthenitsrelationshipwithethniccommunitiesisanintegralcomponentoftheServicesvalues.OrganizationalperformanceOrganizationalperformancesymbolizestheSPVMdesireforamoreeffectiveuseofpublicfunds.TothisendtheSPVMcontinuouslyreviewsitswaysofdoingthingstoensuretheycontributetoasustainedincreaseinperformance.ThissoundmanagementofpublicfundsisdemonstratedinthemergerofneighbourhoodPoliceStations37and38.Thestrengthoftheworkteamsandgreaterexibilityinstaffmanagementarethemainbenetsresultingfromthismerger.InthesamewaytheimproveduseofofcespacewasextendedtotwoOperationalCommunicationsCentreswhichwerealsocombined.Increasedeffectivenessinhandlingemergencycallsreducedoperationalcostsandtheimplementationofnewtechnologyweretherationaleforthischange.10 InadditiontoincreasingcitizenaccessibilitytotheSPVMthistechnologicalinnovationprovidessavingsintermsoftimestaffandmoneywhichcanberedirectedtoothercitizenservices.In2014citizenshavecompleted7941policereportsonline.StructureToimproveresourcemanagementtheSPVMreviewedthemanagementstructureoftheOperationsManagement-OperationsSupportActivitiesASOandformedtwonewdivisions.OnonehandtheSecurityandIntegrityDivisionwascreateditsmandateistoproactivelyidentifypoliceandcivilianstaffbehavioursnotalignedwiththeorganizationsmandate.ThisallowedtheSPVMtoreinforcethesecurityofitsoperationsinterventionsandinvestigations.ItincreaseditscapacitytohandlesensitiveinformationwithoutcompromisingtherelationshipoftrustbetweentheSPVMunitsanditsexternalpartnersandcitizens.OntheotherhandaDivisionformajorprojectsandpartnerrelationswascreated.ItsmandateistoprovidestrategicmanagementforSPVMmajorprojectsandpartnerrelations.ItalsocontributestotheSPVMscontinuousevolutioninrelationtoitsinternalandexternalenvironmentssuchasExternalMissionsAffairsSectionaswellasworkplaceHealthandSafetyPrevention.11 INTERVENTITARGETEDGSensitivetotheneedtoestablishhelpingrelationshipswithpeoplewhoarehomelesstheSPVMusesvariousmethodswheninterveningwiththesegroups.HomelessnessThequipemobilederfrenceetdinterventionenitinranceEMRIIMobileReferenceandInterventionTeamfortheHomelessmadeupofSPVMpoliceofcersandworkersfromtheCSSSJeanne-ManceinterveneswithhomelesspeopleinMontralwhohadrepeatedsituationsinvolvingthepolice.Sinceitscreationin2009MRIIhasprovidedassistanceto569homelesspeoplepresentingvulnerabilityfactors.TogetherwithitsCSSSJeanne-MancepartnertheSPVMhasprovidedintensivemonitoringfor142otherhomelesspeopleinmorecomplexsituation.In2014inanefforttoimprovethequalityoftheirinterventionspoliceofcersfromtheMetroSectionwereprovidedwithtrainingonhomelessnessincludingaspecicsectiononmentalhealth.TheobjectiveofthistrainingwastodevelopclosertieswiththeSPVMscommunitypartnersandtherebyfacilitatesupportreferralandhelptohomelesspeople.12 13ForemergencycallsinvolvingindividualsinseriousoracutecrisisorwhenthereisahighlevelofdangerspeciallytrainedpoliceofcersfromtheCrisisResponseInterventionRICteamarereadytointerveneanddefusethesituationattheveryoutsetofanintervention.Onaveragethereare30crisisresponseinterventionofcerspreparedtointervene247overallshiftsacrossthearea.Sofar174patrolofcershavebeentrainedasmembersoftheRICteam.The5-daytrainingsessionintegratedstrategicconceptsininterventionssuchasevaluatingthelevelofdangerofasituationtacticsfordefusingacrisisandsafeinterventionstrategies.PreventionwithseniorsTheSPVMpromotesanintersectoralapproachthatbringstogetherInvestigationsSectionstheComitrgionalinterventionansRegionalSeniorsInterventionCommitteethePartnerscommitteeandCourtServices.ThisapproachstartedbytheEasternRegioncreatesasynergybetweenthevariousstakeholdersinterestedinintersectoralcollaborationandknowledgeofcrimeagainsttheelderlyinordertoprotectseniorcrimevictims.DuringthistrainingsessionpoliceofcerswereabletobenetfromtheexperienceofsocialandhealthworkersaswellasthatofpatrolofcersspecializedincrisisinterventionsandaMetroSectionForceEmploymentCoach.MentalhealthCreatedin2013toprovideappropriateresponsetothe33000mentalhealthcallsreceivedeachyearandtoprovidequalityservicestothecitizensimpactedthepsychosocialemergencysupportteamSUPisavailablelateinthedayandevenings.MadeupofamixedpatrolteamofpoliceofcersandCSSSJeanne-ManceworkersSUPsmandateistosupportpatrolofcersrespondingtocallsthatinvolvepeoplewithmentalhealthissuesorinpsychologicaldistress.In2014SUPcarriedout1377interventionsincluding218thatinvolvedhospitaltransportand34thatleadtoanarrest.InallthesesituationsthecitizenswerereferredtoappropriatecarebytheirmedicalteamtotheirlocalCSSSthroughaninter-institutionagreementacrisiscentreacommunityorganizationetc.PeopleweresometimesreferredtospecicprogramsabletohelpthemintheirprocesssuchastheProgrammeaccompagnementjustice-santmentalePAJ-SMofferedattheMunicipalCourt.NSWITHROUPS 14In2014thereweremanyinterventionswithseniorsrangingfrompubliccommunicationsonpreventiontipstosupport-counsellingandreferralofvictimsofabusivesituations.TheSPVMisactiveinpreventionandmakessureitspoliceofcersareawareofconceptsofthelawthatcanbeusedininterventionswithelderliesdealingwithcivillawissues.Similarlytheycreateseniorsawarenessonhowtopreventvarioustypesofscamsandfraud.Manytimesvictimshavetoldushowmuchtheyappreciatethefollow-upprovided.Theyndthistobeaveryhumaneapproachandarereassuredwhenpoliceofcersaskabouttheirstateofhealthanddirectthemtosuitableresources.TheinitiativeoftheEasternRegionwillbespreadoutontheentireSPVMin2015.DomesticviolenceIn2014domesticandintra-familyviolenceremainedatopSPVMorganizationalprioritywithahighlevelfocusonpreventionforyoungpeople.Variousawarenessactivitieswerecarriedoutwiththegoalofpreventingviolenceagainstwomen.InasimilarwaytheSPVMincreaseditscommunitypresencebytakingparttodiscussionswiththeTabledeconcertationenviolenceconjugaleduGrandMontralComitsurlesenfantsexposeslaviolenceconjugaleComitsurlesviolencesbasessurlhonneuraswellastheTabledeconcertationdesorganismesauservicedespersonnesrfugiesetimmigrantes.ThequalityofthisactionplanresonatedallthewaytoNewBrunswickwheretheSPVMpresenteditsaccomplishmentsattheIntegratedApproachestoIntimatePartnerViolenceLearningInnovatingTogetherNationalConferenceheldinNovember2014.Topromoteimprovedcommunicationofadministrativepracticesandmemorandaofunderstandingaseriesofnetworkingbreakfastswereheldbringingtogetherofcersandexternalpartners. 15 RoadsafetyRoadsafetyremainsanongoingpriorityforSPVMpoliceofcers.Thisorganizationaldesiretoworkinmaintainingqualityoflifebothinneighbourhoodsonthemajorroadsandnearschoolsresultedintoanumberofpreventionawarenessandenforcementactivitiesacrossthearea.Aspartofthe100safetycampaignonApril302014theSPVMjointlywiththeSocitdetransportdeMontralSTMandContrleroutierQubecCRQorganizedtheDriverforadayactivitytomakepedestriansandcyclistsawareoftheimportanceofkeepingasafedistancefromheavyvehiclesontheroads.IntheImakesureIcanseehearandbeseenactivitypoliceofcersheldpreventionandcontrolactivitiestoreducethenumberofpedestriansespeciallyseniorsinvolvedincollisions.Policeofcersstressedtheneedtocrossthestreetatintersectionsobeypedestrianlightsortrafclightsasappropriatebehavioursandtomakeeyecontactwithcyclistsanddriversbeforecrossingthestreet.PUBLIINTERV16 SpecializedinvestigationsTheSpecializedInvestigationsSectionhandleseventswhereduetotheirnaturethecrimescommittedrequireextensiveknowledgeofthemultiplecriminalramicationsaswellassolidexperienceinmanagingcomplexinvestigationcases.TerrorismTheghtagainstterrorismisagoodexampleofthecomplexnatureofcertaintypesofinvestigations.CloselymonitoringtheincreaseinterroristactivityaroundtheworldtheSPVMhasmadethisthreatatoppriority.Thereforethereisahighdemandforourintelligenceandinvestigationteamswhohavebeenworkingoncounterterrorismforanumberofyears.Manyinvestigationcaseshavebeenopenedinconnectiontosuspiciousbehaviourdeaththreatsandradicalizationleadingtoviolenceoradvocatingviolence.Mentalhealthissueshavealsobeenreportedintheseinvestigationswhichisimportantinformationinbetterunderstandingthelone-wolfphenomenon.ThereforetheSPVMdevelopedave-pointstrategy1.Responsetoterroristactivities2.Investigationsoftheseevents3.Informationgatheringandinformationsharing4.Communication5.PreventionofthisphenomenonTheeventsthattookplaceinthefallof2014highlighttheneedforstrengthenedcoordinationintheghtagainstterrorism.InthisrespectthePoliceCounter-TerrorismManagementStructureanRCMP-SQ-SPVMtripartiteorganizationcreatedin2003hasakeyroleinpoliceorganizationcounter-terrorismstrategicactions.AswellourrelationshipwiththeCanadianSecurityIntelligenceServicetheCanadaBorderServicesAgencyandourpresenceonvariousstrategiccommitteeswhichcloselymonitorterroristactivityshowtheimportanceweplaceincontinuingtomonitorwhatisdoneinCanadaandotherpartsoftheworldtobepreparedtointerveneinthebestway.SAFETYENTIONS17 18IntelligencecoordinatortrainingonterroristthreatsaswellastrainingofallourpatrolofcersasrstrespondersatpotentialterroristeventsaresomeofthemethodsdevelopedbytheSPVM.KnowledgeandunderstandingofthisphenomenonanditsramicationsonCanadiansoilidenticationofindividualsconnectedtoterrorismandsharinginformationwithotherpolicedepartmentsarecomponentsoftheSPVMsactionplaninthisrespect.NarcoticsVariousSPVMunitshaveworkedtogethertodismantledrugtrafckingnetworks.Anumberofsophisticatedinvestigationtechniqueswereusedtogatherevidencedeterminehowcriminalnetworksoperateandtargettheindividualsinvolvedintrafckingandimportingnarcotics.In2014SPVMpoliceofcersseizedover800kgofdrugsmainlymarijuanacocainehashamphetaminecrackecstasyandheroin.Morethan400000designerdrugpillswerealsoseizedincludingspeedamphetamineandecstasy.Thearrestsandseizuresmadein2014combinedwithintelligenceactivitiesledtoidentifyingmajortrendsinnarcoticstrafckinganduse.ThereforeonagloballevelthereisanincreaseinnewpsychoactivesubstancesNPSusedintheproductionofnewdrugsthatmimictheeffectsoftraditionalsubstances.FraudWorkingcollaborativelywithotherpoliceforcesinQuebecandCanadacitizensassociationsnancialinstitutionstheBankofCanadatheCompetitionBureauaswellasmanyotherpublicinstitutionstheinvestigatorsfromtheSPVMseconomiccrimessectionwageaconstantbattleagainstalltypesoffraud.In2014theseinvestigatorsopened5576newcasesconducteddozensofsearchesandarrestsanddismantledlaboratoriesusedtoproducecounterfeitmaterial.Intheseizurestheywereabletoobtainarangeofitemsusedforcounterfeitingsuchasthousandsofplasticcardsdriverslicencesaswellasmaterialusedtomakefakeinstitutioncreditcards.Phishingidentifytheftandcreditcardfraudaloneaccountforover70ofallfraudcrimescommittedinMontral.ProstitutionandhumantrafckingSPVMinvestigatorsopenedanumberofcasesinvolvingchildpornographyandworkedcloselywiththeNationalChildExploitationCoordinationCentreNCECConanumberofcases.Atotalof85arrestsweremade.InthisrespectthePlandactiondirecteursurlaprostitutionetlatraitedepersonnesdesnsdexploitationsexuelledemonstratesSPVMpoliceofcerswillingnesstoactandthecollectiveawarenessinrespecttotheimpactofsexualexploitationonthevictimswhoaremainlyyoungwomenandalsoyoungmenbothadultsandminors.Thereforethisplanfocusesonthreemainprioritiesinprostitutionandhumantrafckingforsexualexploitation.1.Sexualexploitationofchildrenforprot2.Humantrafckingforsexualexploitationpurposesmodernformofslaveryprocuringandcoercion3.CoexistenceinsensitiveneighbourhoodsItemphasizestheneedtoactstrategicallyupstreamwithourpartnersthroughmutualsharingofinformationknowledgeandexpertiseinordertotackletherepercussionsofthisevilontheMontralcommunity.Plandactiondirecteursurlaprostitutionetlatraitedepersonnesdesfinsdexploitationsexuelle OrganizedcrimeSpecializedorganizedcrimeunitsaswellasmultidisci-plinaryinvestigationandyouthcoordinationsectionsspreadoutamongthefourCommunityServiceshavecloselymonitoredtheactivitiesofthecriminalworld.Inthisrespectareviewofarsonarmedassaulthomicideandattemptedmurdersthattookplacein2014tendstoshowthatsomeofthesecrimesareconnectedtoconictswithinorganizedcrimeofvariousallegiances.OverallthereleaseofpeopleincarceratedaspartoftheColiseandSharQcoperationschangedthebalanceofforcesinthecriminalworldwhichtranslatedintoanalliancebetweenthegroupstosharemarketsandterritoriesfornarcoticstrafcking.Throughout2014theinvestigatorscloselymonitoredtrendsininformationtechnologyusebyorganizedcrimesuchasnewencryptingtechniquescloudcomputingcontactlesspaymenton-linegamingmarketmanipulationande-money.Thepossibilitiesavailablethroughtheuseofdronesbycriminalorganizationshavealsoattractedinvestigatorsattention.ThesespecializedunitsaresupportedbypartnersfromtheEscouadergionalemixte-MontralERM-MontralwhichisgovernedbytheSPVM.TheghtagainstcorruptionisalsoacomponentoftheorganizedcrimeactionplanasshownbythepresenceofeightSPVMinvestigatorsintheStandingAnticorruptionUnitUPAC.19 20STATISTICS201420 21TOTALWORKFORCEAUTHORIZEDONDECEMBER312014AuthorizedFilledVacantPoliceofcers48694601268Civilians1535146669Totalpoliceofcersandcivilians64046067337POLICEPERSONNELAuthorizedpolicepersonnel4869Actualpolicepersonnel4601Men3151Women1450BREAKDOWNOFCIVILIANWORKFORCEAUTHORIZEDWhitecollars819.5Bluecollars59Crossingguards521Professionals49Lawyers5Managers82Total1535BREAKDOWNOFPOLICEOFFICERSBYYEARSOFSERVICEYearsofserviceNumber0-44755-980910-1480515-19103620-2464525-2976030-347035andup1Total4601DemographicstatisticsaboutSPVMpersonnelBREAKDOWNOFPOLICEOFFICERSBYRANKRankNumberOfcers3417Sergeants392Sergeantsdetectives569Lieutenants40Lieutenantdetectives47Commanders73Inspectors25Chiefinspectors24Assistantdirectors11Deputydirectors2Director1Total4601 22REPRESENTATIONBASEDONGENDERANDETHNICORIGINBREAKDOWNOFPOLICEOFFICERSBYAGEAgebracketNumber0-2414625-2947430-3468035-3986340-4490145-4977350-5467055-598860andover6Total4601PermanentauxiliaryconstablesGroupWomenMenTotalFirstNations0000Ethnicminorities38115.09Visibleminorities310136.02Othergroups6113119288.89Total67149216100PoliceofcersGroupWomenMenTotalFirstNations75120.37Ethnicminorities35991344.19Visibleminorities472132608.12Othergroups10091786279587.32Total109821033201100HigherrankofcersGroupWomenMenTotalFirstNations1450.42Ethnicminorities1434484.05Visibleminorities539443.72Othergroups265822108791.81Total2858991184100AllranksofcersGroupWomenMenTotalFirstNations89170.37Ethnicminorities521411934.19Visibleminorities552623176.89Othergroups13352739407488.55Total145031514601100 23DEPARTURESPERMANENTAUXILIARYCONSTABLEHIRINGPERMANENTPOLICEAPPOINTMENTSBREAKDOWNOFPOLICEOFFICERSACCORDINGTOTHEIRLEVELOFEDUCATIONPermanentpoliceofcersretirementsresignationsstrikinganddeaths215PermanentauxiliaryconstablesMajoritygroupsVisibleminoritiesEthnicminoritiesNativepeoplesTotalYear2014WomenMenWomenMenWomenMenWomenMen203Nombre61124263700Total1858100MajoritygroupsVisibleminoritiesCulturalcommunitiesNativepeoplesTotalWomenMenWomenMenWomenMenWomenMen19563123051300186540LevelShortProgramCertifcateorminor1Certifcateorminor2Certifcateorminor3MajorBaccMasterssorSSHGDTotalTotal915561081413419841285 24Roadsafetyandtrafcregulations20102011201220132014Variation20132014RecklessdrivingRecklessdrivingofanautomobileresultingindeath30001100.0Recklessdrivingofanautomobileresultinginbodyinjury61210101440.0Recklessdrivingofanautomobile9510875796419.0Total10412085897911.2FleeingthesceneCriminalCode14026451855643322.1HighwaySafetyCode18575196431815417987172294.2Total18715199071867218543176624.8DrivingundertheinfuenceDrivingundertheinuenceresultingindeath10202200.0Drivingundertheinuenceresultinginbodyinjury243836233656.5Drivingundertheinuence1752175918621885169410.1Total177717971900190817329.2DrivingamotorvehiculewhilesuspendedCriminalCode13915210412411110.5Total13915210412411110.5SourceM-IRIS15-02-26OperationscenterWestSouthNorthEastDSRCTotalMovingviolations7410361103746355670243720310263Speeding2642246538743158272412679771Parkinginfractionsissuedbypoliceofcers259914670652500356602963163820Parkinginfractionsissuedbyparkingofcers1117638Total126516112462135878108189708091671492CITATIONSISSUEDTOAUTOMOBILISTSIN2014SourceSCICentralgestion15-02-06ThenumbersfromthefourareasindicatedaboveincludetrafcunitsfromJanuary1-December312014. 25PEDESTRIANROADSAFETY2013CYCLISTSROADSAFETY2014Collisionsnumberofvictims20132014Variation2013-2014Numberofdeaths6266Numberofseriousinjuries452837.7Numberofminorinjuries6916249.6Total74265411.9Collisionsnumberofvictims20132014Variation2013-2014Numberofdeaths12138.3Numberofseriousinjuries9811214.2Numberofminorinjuries107910136.11Total118911384.3NUMBEROFTICKETSISSUEDTOCYCLISTSNUMBEROFTICKETSISSUEDTOPEDESTRIANS20148890201311536201268092011680920104898201422708201324012201218962201116024201015545COMPARISONOFCOLLISIONSACCORDINGTOTHEIRGRAVENESS20132014Collisions20132014Variation2013-2014Numberofcollisionsdeaths2627222415.411.1Numberofcollisionswithmajorinjuries2232201.3Numberofcollisionswithminorinjuries498547993.7Numberofcollisionswithmaterialdamages28494260098.7Total33728310507.9 26OffencesandviolationsoftheCriminalCodein2014Atotalof89469offencesandviolationsoftheCriminalCodewerereportedinMontralin2014.Thisrepresentsareductionof6.2comparedto2013andof24since2010.Thenumberofoffencesin2014was17.3lowerthantheaverageofthepastfouryears.Thisrepresentsa33.8declineinthepasttenyearsandareductionbyhalf51.1comparedto20yearsago.In2014theSPVMsolved31619crimesfora35.3solutionrate.Thisrateishigherthantheaverageoverthelast10years31.Itisalsothehighestrateinatleast40years.Chargeswerelaidinrelationto26087eventsin2014withaclearancerateperchargeof29.2comparedtoanaverageof24.9since2004.CrimesagainstthepersonIn2014therewere18604crimesagainstthepersonreportedintheareawhichis5.0lessthanin2013and24.5lessthanin2010.Thesecrimesdecreasedforasixthconsecutiveyearwithanoveralldeclineof29.2since2008.HomicidesTherewere28homicidesinMontralin2014thesamenumberasthepreviousyearwhichwasthelowestnumbersince1967.Thenumberofhomicidescommittedin2014is17lowerthantheaverageforthepastfouryears33.8homicidesandthatoftheaveragerecordedinMontralin10years35.6homicidesandin20years43.5homicides.2014OffencesandViolationsoftheCriminalCodeAttemptedmurdersThenumberofattemptedmurdersdecreasedby11.8from85in2013to75in2014.Thenumberofattemptedmurderswas25lowerin2014thantheaverageofthepastfouryears100peryear.AssaultThenumberofassaultsdecreasedby2.7from10152in2013to9876in2014.Thenumberofassaultsin2014was14.7lowerthantheaverageofthepastfouryears11571crimes.Ithasdeclinedby24.2since2010.SexualassaultsIn2014thenumberofsexualassaults1110declinedby6comparedto2013.Thenumberofsexualassaultsreportedin2014was14.8lowerthantheaverageofthepastfouryears1302crimes.Aggravatedtheftsandextortion1Thenumberofaggravatedtheftandextortioncasesdecreasedby15.5downfrom3321in2013to2806in2014.Thesecrimesdecreasedforasixthconsecutiveyearwithanoveralldeclineof38.6since2011.OtheroffencesagainstthepersonOtheroffencesagainstthepersoncriminalharassmentthreatsandabductionorkidnappingdecreasedby2.4in2014.Thenumberofthesecrimesreportedin2014waslowerthantheaverageofthepastfouryears5424andhasdecreasedby21.3since2010.1Duetotheintroductionofanewmethodofcalculationin2011thenumberofaggravatedtheftscannotbecomparedtothoseofyearspriortothatdate.Wenowcountonecrimepervictimofaggravatedtheftwhilebefore2011onlyonecrimepereventwascountedregardlessofthenumberofvictims. 27CrimesagainstpropertyThenumberofcrimesagainstpropertyreportedin201459627decreasedby6.8comparedto201363960crimes.Crimesagainstpropertyfellby25.2since2010andby39.0overthepast10years.ArsonArsonoffencesdecreasedby15.2from453in2013to384in2014.Thenumberofarsonoffencesin2014was35.7lowerthantheaverageofthepastfouryears597crimes.BreakingandenteringIn2014thenumberofbreakingandenteringoffencesreported10126declinedby3.6comparedto2013.Thenumberofburglarieshasdecreasedby27.5since2010andby48.3overthelast10years.Threeoutoffourburglaries74.7werecommittedinresidences.Thenumberofburglariesdecreasedby2.1from7729in2013to7566in2014.Thistypeofcrimeisdownby40overthelast10years.MotorvehicletheftThenumberofmotorvehicletheftsdecreasedby15.3from6484in2013to5489in2014.Thenumberofmotorvehicletheftshasdeclinedby28.6since2010andbymorethanhalf60overthepast10years.PettylarcenyIn2014pettylarcenyaccountedforone-third33.3ofallCriminalCodeviolationsreportedinMontral.Theseoffencesweredownby4.4from31134in2013to29773in2014.Thenumberofpettylarcenieshasfallenby21.6since2010andby32.3overthelast10years.PossessionofstolengoodsIn2014thenumberofpossessionofstolengoodsoffences471remainedbasicallyunchangedsince2013473.Thenumberoftheseoffenceshoweveris18.1lowerthantheaverageofthepastfouryears575peryear.FraudIn2014thenumberoffraudcasesreported5196issimilartothenumberin20135209.Howeverthenumberoffraudcasesreportedin2014was3.2higherthantheaverageofthepastfouryears5035fraudcases.MischiefIn2014therewere8188mischiefoffencesreported15.7lowerthanin2013.Thenumberofmischiefcasesreportedin2014is30.4lowerthantheaverageofthepastfouryears11762mischiefcases.OtherviolationsoftheCriminalCodeThenumberofcrimesincludedinthecategoryOtherviolationsoftheCriminalCodedecreasedby4.7in2014.Amongtheseoffencestherewasadeclineinjusticeadministrationviolations5.3.Thenumberofoffencesrelatedtorearmsincreasedby6. 28CriminalCodeinfractionsin201420102011201220132014Variation20132014AdultcrimeandjuveniledelinquencycrimeHomicides373535282800Otheroffencesresultingindeath3400400Attemptedmurders11282121857511.8Assault1302812014110911015298762.7Sexualassaults159712561175118111106.0Robberies3869456738593321280615.5Otheroffencesagainsttheperson598155755321482047052.4Total24627235332160219587186045.0CrimesagainstpropertyArson79655858245338415.2Breakingandentering13976136011297310499101263.6Autotheft7692783774056484548915.3Pettylarceny37987358333510431134297734.4Possessionofstolengoods8824894564734710.4Fraud445850045469520951960.2Mischief1392712337110759708818815.7Total79718756597306463960596276.8OtherviolationsoftheCriminalCodeProstitution2902492131507848.0Firearmsoffences4663884003513726.0Offencesagainsttheadministrationoflawandjustice1090210650109441036698155.3Other166322688909319734.5Total13321135551244711798112384.7TotalCriminalCodecrimesandoffences11766611274710711395345894696.2OtherlawsandregulationsFoodandDrugsAct304827922520286028071.9Federallawinfractions295749332621.2Provinciallawinfractions12735724908068788.9Municipalby-laws178611620916547140721138319.1Total222111963019606177711509415.1Grandtotal1398771323771267191131161045637.6ThesedatacouldberevisedADULTCRIMEANDJUVENILEDELINQUENCYCRIME2013-2014 2920132014AdultsaccusedMinorsaccusedOut-of-courtsettlementsAdultsaccusedMinorsaccusedOut-of-courtsettlementsAdultcrimeandjuveniledelinquencycrimeHomicides18101300Otheroffencesresultingindeath000100Attemptedmurders38206150Assault53583011795210286196Sexualassaults24431242583817Robberies91818133100518746Otheroffencesagainsttheperson2240941302227114115Total88166103668775630374CrimesagainstpropertyArson4261064517Breakingandentering877653080611744Autotheft1904151783120Pettylarceny40941251304551152177Possessionofstolengoods3482573312510Fraud9127976797Mischief53981485234748Total70023502397220386323OtherviolationsoftheCriminalCodeProstitution9000900Firearmsoffences253257276175Offencesagainsttheadministrationoflawandjustice899957855852558247Other3573810404147Total969964172921461359TotalCriminalCodecrimesandoffences255171601677252091629756OtherlawsandregulationsFoodandDrugsAct267815176272913863Federallawinfractions35206010Provinciallawinfractions7040078150Municipalby-laws124574730107364420Total15874626761430658663Grandtotal413912227753395152215819ThesedatacouldberevisedCHARGESFORADULTANDJUVENILECRIMINALACTIVITY 30JFMAMJJASONDTOTALCrimesagainstthepersonHomicides22103811212528Otheroffencesresultingindeath0000101000204Attemptedmurders87468483679575Assault6987277467759069638889278578557587769876Sexualassaults92721027011810499113818997731110Robberies2362422512032042152072402442772572302806Otheroffencesagainsttheperson3543424033704014643984354073914103304705Total13901392150714241641175816021719159716201535141918604CrimesagainstpropertyArson191833335325433640313419384Breakingandentering7996887126977077319029239661049101693610126Autotheft3605055134584674574464424874724204625489Pettylarceny21892073229124022543246927042717277727892574224529773Possessionofstolengoods433037514034345553333328471Fraud4974334374134084134504274524714013945196Mischief5284455657467707607387907748256815668188Total44354192458848004988488953175390554956705159465059627OtherviolationsoftheCriminalCodeProstitution612695792926578Firearmsoffences262437333441391432283430372Offencesagainsttheadministrationoflawandjustice7647608388168767829838098369357306869815Other8996826810394936793805454973Citationsissuedin201488589296392610189241124892970104582477511238TotalCriminalCodecrimesandoffences67106476705871507647757180438001811683357518684489469OtherlawsandregulationsFoodandDrugsAct2152092562402662612422322522352221772807Federallawinfractions52104341203126Provinciallawinfractions907686707392775964796943878Municipalby-laws7097968821106145014571206101979979565251211383Total101910831225141617931813152913111117110994673315094Grandtotal772975598283856694409384957293129233944484647577104563EVOLUTIONINTHECRIMERATEBYMONTHThesedatacouldberevised 31OperationscenterNorthSouthEastWestTotalCrimesagainstthepersonHomicides766928Otheroffencesresultingindeath10304Attemptedmurders1810232475Assault26572430255522349876Sexualassaults2782343262711109Robberies8327746515492806Otheroffencesagainsttheperson1183945137312044705Total497643994937429118603CrimesagainstpropertyArson9384107100384Breakingandentering354718672380233110125Autotheft1562540198313995484Pettylarceny8091102415152628829772Possessionofstolengoods1519115772471Fraud13851080106816615194Mischief24131885190319878188Total1724215788127501383859618OtherviolationsoftheCriminalCodeProstitution159213378Firearmsoffences828211296372Offencesagainsttheadministrationoflawandjustice23133823197117089815Other227295236215973Total263742092340205211238TotalCriminalCodecrimesandoffences2485524396200272018189459OtherlawsandregulationsFoodandDrugsAct6169356146422807Federallawinfractions4251526Provinciallawinfractions263207206202878Municipalby-laws291657381033169611383Total379968821858255515094Grandtotal28654312782188522736104553EVOLUTIONOFTHECRIMERATEBYOPERATIONALCENTERThesedatacouldberevised 32EVOLUTIONOFTHECRIMERATEBYNEIGHBOURHOODSTATIONWESTOPERATIONALCENTERNeighbourhoodstation134578911132655TotalCrimesagainstthepersonHomicides000006000309Otheroffencesresultingindeath000000000000Attemptedmurders0142441314024Assault652029219831828565283353356172234Sexualassaults12391719294093836302271Robberies1949333174352570891222549Otheroffencesagainsttheperson49118578919414961110180187101204Total145409203339619519161504659702314291CrimesagainstpropertyArson112556163348100100Breakingandentering113181932313513159824032438502331Autotheft5876622524061163110712816301399Pettylarceny244269288839103646321268181812701686288Possessionofstolengoods3029127081218172Fraud721319215424412872174216366121661Mischief10813310619027118590274280337131987Total59980264816802326123050615181786254919413838OtherviolationsoftheCriminalCodeProstitution0108531654033Firearmsoffences1829971109112996Offencesagainsttheadministrationoflawandjustice281485411618921736287251362201708Other13715273513623362911215Total421647116023824044326301406602052TotalCriminalCodecrimesandoffences786137592221793183198971123482746365728520181OtherlawsandregulationsFoodandDrugsAct13573851737621140609419642Federallawinfractions0002301111615Provinciallawinfractions012818211885344200202Municipalby-laws3616328941532682742416533711696Total492327416525036257618270452262555GrandtotalforWestoperationalcentre835160799623443433235176829663016410931122736Thesedatacouldberevised 33EVOLUTIONOFTHECRIMERATEBYNEIGHBOURHOODSTATIONSOUTHOPERATIONALCENTERNeighbourhoodstation12151620212250TotalCrimesagainstthepersonHomicides02201106Otheroffencesresultingindeath00000000Attemptedmurders010261010Assault2125173183405593181662430Sexualassaults25423029403929234Robberies751436512420910652774Otheroffencesagainsttheperson7323417612317712735945Total3859395916189925922824399CrimesagainstpropertyArson3231619814184Breakingandentering15246638225124436391867Autotheft351397179991170540Pettylarceny8487775113497347881931110241Possessionofstolengoods8138182713491Fraud119162121291246117241080Mischief2493182652764242281251885Total14141898137444314526167147415788OtherviolationsoftheCriminalCodeProstitution11213109Firearmsoffences52310102010482Offencesagainsttheadministrationoflawandjustice26239124232720653891473823Other143026112632030295Total28244528045021514201814209TotalCriminalCodecrimesandoffences20813282224554997669268393724396OtherlawsandregulationsFoodandDrugsAct9412858784497850935Federallawinfractions01100002Provinciallawinfractions1222164475371207Municipalby-laws420497289644214011036455738Total526648364766266412186966882GrandtotalforSouthoperationalcentre2607393026096265103333901163331278Thesedatacouldberevised 34EVOLUTIONOFTHECRIMERATEBYNEIGHBOURHOODSTATIONNORTHOPERATIONALCENTERNeighbourhoodstation10242730313335373844TotalCrimesagainstthepersonHomicides00022000127Otheroffencesresultingindeath00000000011Attemptedmurders303711003018Assault1869231435523818129006023992657Sexualassaults197445321123205733278Robberies4041127909234870207114832Otheroffencesagainsttheperson96521491471088211712262051183Total344192637654462310526110967544976CrimesagainstpropertyArson32121913913091393Breakingandentering21423350630941315544307914833547Autotheft118792892221645717002052581562Pettylarceny4585927556996113008771258612128091Possessionofstolengoods9714142261603429151Fraud1521191701381337315102641851385Mischief14218026626720810025206973012413Total10961212201216681564700192214586248117242OtherviolationsoftheCriminalCodeProstitution005420002215Firearmsoffences5176168510131182Offencesagainsttheadministrationoflawandjustice1686821823014414846215473272313Other3217341725122005020227Total20510226326717916548316123602637TotalCriminalCodecrimesandoffences164515062912258922051175293136294359524855OtherlawsandregulationsFoodandDrugsAct37197477434344018594616Federallawinfractions00010000034Provinciallawinfractions291116471373708023263Municipalby-laws13352126255126156231016052322916Total19982216380182206312018703523799GrandtotalforNorthoperationalcentre184415883128296923871381324338164394728654Thesedatacouldberevised 35EVOLUTIONOFTHECRIMERATEBYNEIGHBOURHOODSTATIONEASTOPERATIONALCENTERNeighbourhoodstation23394245464849TotalCrimesagainstthepersonHomicides10121106Otheroffencesresultingindeath00000123Attemptedmurders268150123Assault3856123572551784902782555Sexualassaults47873032158233326Robberies107157104415813351651Otheroffencesagainsttheperson1672811821671102821841373Total70911436824983679895494937CrimesagainstpropertyArson1621161310922107Breakingandentering4263823201851925912842380Autotheft1824063891972143302651983Pettylarceny8688069903416589835065152Possessionofstolengoods413318893612157Fraud118210202811362181031068Mischief3163512511591374642251903Total19672209218698413562631141712750OtherviolationsoftheCriminalCodeProstitution0341112021Firearmsoffences1138121022910112Offencesagainsttheadministrationoflawandjustice3634512261731164611811971Other29304321216428236Total4035222852051405662192340TotalCriminalCodecrimesandoffences307938743153168718634186218520027OtherlawsandregulationsFoodandDrugsAct1091828560317869614Federallawinfractions01110025Provinciallawinfractions24771911172632206Municipalby-laws2342988256571691371033Total3675581871281052732401858GrandtotalforEastoperationalcentre344644323340181519684459242521885ThisdataincludessexualassaultscasesreportedtotheServicedesenqutesspcialiseswhichislocatedintheareaofStation48Thesedatacouldberevised 36OperationalstatisticsPriorityWestSouthNorthEastSectionMontralMetroPrioritySubtotal1201419002098178176786924282041752493863976031991769173394173578447566335972939159303478585978105678790533198543338960637981815612992156103548572193092401182888P112206Regionalsubtotal9289186205110621845306234380481NUMBEROFCALLSRECEIVEDBYTHEDIVISIONDESCOMMUNICATIONSOPRATIONNELLESETINFORMATIONPOLICIRE2014Totalnumberofemergencycalls9-1-11387388Non-emergencycalls514280-222287545Answeringdelays2Processingtime124OFFENCESREPORTEDTHROUGHONLINEREPORTSReportedoffencesReportssubmitted2014Rejectedreports2014Totalafterdatarejected2014Mischief25384169Mischiefonavehicle1051198853Lostobjects12211271094Theftinoronavehicle25351872348Bicycletheft83956783Otherthefts20423411701Total79419936948NUMBEROFCALLSPOLICEINTERVENTIONSIN2014.BROKENDOWNACCORDINGTOPRIORITYANDGEOGRAPHICALORIGIN 37SYSTMEADMINISTRATIFDEGESTIONDESALARMESSAGASTATISTICSNUMBEROFCROWDCONTROLSIN20142014Totalnumberofrealalarms949Breakin774Holdup175Totalnumberoffalsealarms25732Breakin24520Holdup1212Finesforfalsealarmsbreakinandholdup1647582.28YearAverageresponsetimeforPriority1calls20145.42minutes20135.35minutes20125.45minutes20115.35minutes20106.36minutesPolicepresenceonsite.AVERAGERESPONSETIMEFORCALLSRECEIVEDBYTHEDIVISIONDESCOMMUNICATIONSOPRATIONNELLESETINFORMATIONPOLICIRE10661054137777275620142013201220112010NumberofincidentsNumberofshotsredPeopleinjured14Policeofcers0Citizeninjured0Citizenkilled1GUNFIREUSEOFINTERMEDIATEARMSNumberPeppersprayMK3andMK4Total193IntermediateweaponsTotal79PR248Baton360Expandablebaton71TaserTotal61Demonstration47Contacts2Projections12IntermediateimpactprojectileweaponIIPW12Chemicalagentex.teargas42bytheresponseteamsduringcrowdcontrol2bytheemergencyresponseteamRestraintchair5 38CARCHASESPoliceoperationinvolvingtryingtointerceptorstopavehiclewherethedriverrefusestoobeyorstoporattemptstoeefromthepolice.NUMBEROFACCESSTOINFORMATIONREQUESTS20142014Numberofcarchases22Numberofsuspectsdeaths0Numberofinjuredsuspects2Numberofofcersdeaths0Numberofofcersinjured0Numberofcitizensdeaths0Numberofinjuredcitizens3Numberofaccidentspolicevehicles2Numberofaccidentscivilianvehicles112014RequestsfromcitizenslawyersinsurancecompaniesDirectiondelaprotectiondelajeunesseDPJCommissiondesdroitsdelapersonneetdesdroitsdelajeunesseCDPJNationalParoleBoardNPBetc.2158CompensationforvictimsofcrimeCVI20MinistredelemploietdelasolidaritsocialeMSS70RgiedubtimentduQubecRBQ3Policeforce154RgiedesrentesduQubecRRQ4SocitdelassuranceautomobileduQubecSAAQ115CorrectionalServiceCanadaCSC121ServicescorrectionnelsduQubecSCQ7ServicedescuritincendiedeMontralSIM5Urgences-santUS12Subpoenas38Total2707SUSPICIOUSPACKAGESEXPLOSIVEDEVICESANDE-RNBC20142014SuspiciouspackagesDefusing10Militaryequipment16Pyrotechnics5Fire-ghtingapparatus31Explosivesfoundtobedestroyed5Explosion0E-RNBCEventsreportedPartialorcompleteapplicationoftheprotocol40Total68 39InvestigationsundertakenbytheDivisiondesaffairesinternesetdesnormesprofessionnellesin2014Investigationsrelatedtothepoliceact2011201220132014NumberoflesexaminedbytheSectiondesenqutesspciales47895542FilesexaminedbysubjecttypesInternallesinvolvinganSPVMofcer22391917Internallesinvolvinganon-SPVMofcer8872Internallesinvolvinganunknownperson0532FilesinvolvingapersonnotsubjectedtothePoliceAct71288FilesinvolvinganSPVMofcerunderinvestigationbyanotherpoliceservice10251813StatusoflesbytypeofinvestigationMEAinvestigationsSPVMofcer712114MEAinvestigationsnon-SPVMofcer6350SMAinvestigationsinactivesunfoundedSPVMpoliceofcer25491912SMAinvestigationsinactivesunfoundednon-SPVMpoliceofcer2522SMAinvestigationsinactivesunfoundedinvolvinganunknownperson0431MEAinvestigationsnotsubjectedtothePoliceAct3557SMAinvestigationsnotsubjectedtothePoliceAct4731Numberoflesinprocess04715FilescompletingthelegalprocessSPVMofcersfoundguilty2610SPVMofcersfoundnotguilty3421Non-SPVMofcersfoundguilty0200Non-SPVMofcersfoundnotguilty5100Non-policeSPVMmembersfoundguilty1202Non-policeSPVMmembersfoundnonguilty1214 40Ethics2011201220132014NumberofcomplaintsreceivedbytheCommissaireladontologiepolicire705851645626Numberofofcerstargetedbythesecomplaintsrecordsidentiedorunidentied104313521028900Numberofofcerstargetedrejectedcomplaints578788588455Numberofofcerstargetedreferredtoconciliation440501371219Numberofofcerstargetedsuccessfulinconciliation39638527993Numberofofcerstargetedwithdrawal49263NumberofofcerstargetedsummonedbeforetheComitdedontologiepolicire42401016Numberofofcerstargetedcomplaintsinprocess60157137342Numberofcomplaintsinprocess307854215NumberofcomplaintsreceivedthatinvolvedorinvolvesummonsbeforetheComitdedontoligiepolicire1822815Numberofrequestsforapologygranted268312Numberofrequestsforapologyrefused3065Numberofrequestsforapologyinprocess0002Independentinvestigations2011201220132014Filesopened7996Filenumbers154to160161to169170to178179to184Numberoflesclosedwithadecision7613Numberoflesinprocess0183Numberofchargesarisingfromministerialpolicies0000followingtheprosecutorsdecision 41Investigationsrelatedtotherglementsurladisciplineinternedespoliciersetpoliciresduspvm2011201220132014Numberofdisciplinarylesopened69564980Numberofofcersinvolved816260110Numberofleshandledundersection49byaunitsuperior28201626Numberofsuspensiondays71474817Numberofreprimands1612831Numberofwarnings0000Numberofleshandledundersection48byaunitofcer0010Numberofreprimands0000NumberofleshandledbyInternalAffairs64443351Numberoflesinprocess5101633Numberoflesawaitingahearing51044Numberoflesclosed64243321Classiedatourlevel35171215Classiedunfounded0010Classiedsection1341034HeardbytheODorcommittee2012Numberofsuspensiondays700394Numberofreprimands0005Numberofwarnings0000Numberoftransfersdemotions0000Numberofdisciplinarytransfers0102Numberofdischarges1000Numberofpenaltieswithdrawn112472432Numberofrequestsgranted101421727Numberofrequestspartlygranted4000Numberofrequestsrefused7575Policeact2011201220132014Article1191Numberofopenles0000Article1192Numberofopenles1036Numberofcompletedcases2016Numberofterminations1010Numberofsuspensiondays900150100Numberofsuspendedcasesunderappeal0000Numberofcasespostponed0002 42BureauduservicelaclientleBSC201220132014NumberofcasesopenedattheBSC431141773795Numberofpoliceofcersidentiedforthetotalityofcasesopened210516911883NatureofcasesopenedComplaints260924972351Comments196185218Informationrequests150614931226SubjectofcomplaintsCasesinvolvingacommentinformationetc.1986882Caseslinkedtoprovidingaservice93615551300CaseslinkedtothebehaviourofanSPVMemployee1744967792Caseslinkedtotheuseofforce1116245Othersunclassied115132NumberofcasesinvolvingthetaskeldinregardtooftheSPVMmission431141773795Respondingtocalls982933823HighwaySafetyCode7789191024CLIPSEStreetGangs175Policecontingentdemonstrations141308Incivilities14250Investigations1559725Nonlinkedtoaspeciceld224021661910Detectionofinapproriatebehaviours2011201220132014Numberofciviliansandpoliceofcerslesanalysed72713829 4343 44SouthWestNorthEastNeighbourhoodPoliceStationsNorth10BordeauxCartierville24VilleMont-RoyalOutremont27Ahuntsic30Saint-Michel31Villeray33Parc-Extension35LaPetite-ItalieLaPetite-Patrie38LePlateau-Mont-Royal44RosemontLaPetite-PatrieSouth12Ville-MarieOuestWestmount15Saint-PaulPetite-BourgognePointe-Saint-CharlesSaint-HenriVille-mard16Verdunterrefermeetlle-des-Surs20Centre-villeVille-MarieOuestparcduMont-Royal21Centre-villeVille-MarieEstleNotre-DameleSainte-HlneVieux-Montral22Centre-sudEast23Hochelaga-Maisonneuve39Montral-Nord42Saint-Lonard45Rivire-des-Prairies46Anjou48MercierHochelaga-Maisonneuve49Montral-EstPointe-aux-TremblesWest1Baie-DUrfBeaconseldKirklandSainte-Anne-de-BellevueSenneville3Pierrefonds-RoxboroLle-BizardetSainte-Genevive4Dollard-DesOrmeaux5CitdeDorvalPointe-Claire7Saint-Laurent8LachineSaint-Pierre9Cte-Saint-LucHampsteadMontral-Ouest11Notre-Dame-de-Grce13Lasalle26Cte-des-NeigesMapofNeighbourhoodPoliceStations 45MembersCommissiondelascuritpubliqueFromlefttorightMr.EdgarRouleauMayorfortheCityofDorvalMr.GillesDzielCounsellorfortheboroughofRiviere-des-PrairiesPointe-aux-TremblesMrs.Marie-veBrunetCounsellorfortheboroughofVerdunMr.WilliamSteinbergMayorforthetownofHampsteadandPSCVicePresidentMrs.AnieSamsonMayorfortheboroughofVilleraySaint-MichelParc-ExtensionVicePresidentoftheCityofMontrealExecutiveCommitteeandPSCPresidentMr.FranoisLimogesCounsellorfortheboroughofRosemontLaPetite-PatrieandPSCVicePresidentMrs.CatherineClment-TalbotCounsellorfortheboroughofPierrefonds-RoxboroMr.SamirRizkallaQuebecGovernmentRepresentativeandMrs.MonicaRicourtCounsellorfortheboroughofMontreal-Nord.FromlefttorightMr.MarioGurinAssistantDirectorServicestotheSouthernCommunityRegionMrs.HlneCharronAssistantDirectorServicestotheNorthernCommunityRegionMrPierreCadieuxAssistantDirectorServicestotheEasternRegionCommunityMr.PatrickLalondeAssistantDirectorServicestotheWesternRegionCommunityMrPhilippePichetAssistantDirectorDirectorsOfceandRelationswithElectedOfcialsMr.DidierDeramondDeputyDirectorSupportActivitiesMr.MarcParentDirectorMr.BrunoPasquiniDeputyDirectorGendarmerieInvestigationsMeAlainCardinalLegalDepartmentMrs.ManonLandrySpecialProjectsandPartnershipRelationsMr.BernardLamotheAssistantDirectorSpecializedInvestigationDepartmentMr.ClaudeBussiresAssistantDirectorSpecializedPatrolsandOperationalCommunicationDepartmentMr.FadyDagherAssistantDirectorInnovationProcessesDevelopmentandOperationalPractices.ExecutiveCommitteeoftheServicedepolicedelaVilledeMontralJanuary1toDecember312014 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