Military police recorded one incident for every eight CAF members in 2015

National Defence employs five people, full time, to manually compile statistics from a clunky records system.

Embassy Photo: Marie-Danielle Smith
MCpl. Darrell Coughlin, an investigator with the Canadian Forces National Investigative Service, at its headquarters in Ottawa March 24.
Marie-Danielle Smith
Published: Wednesday, 03/30/2016 12:00 am EDT

Military police say they recorded about one incident for every eight Canadian Armed Forces members in 2015—and that’s fewer than usual, historical data show.

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