Bill C-10 – 2011_5

Hi Pierre,
These were not comments they are questions. Please take a moment to answer my questions.
Thank you
K
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Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 11:20 AM, wrote:

Hi Pierre,

Please answer my questions.
Thank you,
K
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On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 9:23 AM,  wrote:

Hi Pierre,

To re-state my questions:

 As outlined in our original letter, there were four key questions:

1.   In the context of other issues which are clearly becoming more prevalent, or where we are making few if any positive gains, such as homelessness or child poverty, why has the issue of “crime reform” taken centre stage as a funding priority?

2.   Can you identify how we are investing substantively in the areas which are actually documented to decrease the crime rate? 

3.  Are you able to identify the estimated and real costs of the investments required in implementing this crime reform package?  

4. Are you able to provide an analysis of the expected return on investment?

 Please let us know your responses to the above.

 


I am expecting a response on the questions above, which have not been answered in any of your correspondence. 

Regards, 

KD

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