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RCMP Refuse To Respond To Suspicious Package Complaints
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RCMP Refuse to Respond To Suspicious Package Complaints
And Have No Plans To Implement Protocol
RCMP have stated that they have no protocol in place to handle complaints from the public regarding potential package or mail tampering situations. In an interview with a Courtenay detachment staff sargeant Buerk on January 23/2002 it was learned that it is generally left up to the complainant to redirect suspicious packages back to the sender or company of origin.