No longer are the complaints lodged directly with and investigated by the SPS, but complainants have the option to take their concerns to the special investigative unit of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations or to the Public Complaints Commission.
What does PCC stand for?
PCC stands for Public Complaints Commission
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- Military and Government
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- Protection Civile Canada (Emergency Preparedness Canada)
- Prothrombin Complex Concentrate
- Providence Community Church (Westminster, CO)
- Provincial Capital Commission (Victoria, British Columbia)
- Provincial Communication Centre (Ontario, Canada police)
- Provisioning Control Code
- Pseudo City Code (airline computer code for local office)
- Psychological Counseling Center (various locations)
- Psychology of Cultural Change
- Psychrometric Calorimeter Chamber
- Publication Coordination Committee (Northwestern Publishing House; Milwaukee, WI)
- Pueblo Community College
- Pukekohe Car Club (New Zealand)
- Pulverized Coal Combustion
- Punctured Convolutional Code
- Punjabi Cultural Council (India)
- Purchasing Credit Card
- Pure Car Carrier (shipping term)
- Putrajaya Convention Centre (Malaysia)
- Pyridinium Chlorochromate
Samples in periodicals archive:
He adds if complainants don't feel comfortable bringing concerns directly to the SPS, concerns could be taken to the Public Complaints Commission or to the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations.
After independence, justice was still only available through the court system until 1975 when the Murtala military government established the Public Complaints Commission to supplement the courts in correcting the flagrant disregard of basic standards of human rights by administration officials.
She filed a complaint with the RCMP Public Complaints Commission alleging that one of the officers, Sgt.
The assembly is not satisfied that the investigation now promised by the RCMP's public complaints commission will be adequate saying that it will be conducted behind closed doors and without the tough questions that could come through a public process.
The RCMP Public Complaints Commission can be reached at 1-800-661-3601.
The Saskatchewan Police Commission will continue to have a supervisory role, and any complaints about the policing service would continue to go through the province's independent public complaints commission.