I just received the response pictured below from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). As of January 2019 crime in Canada is no longer recorded by sex but by self declaration of gender identity. I have written about this previously and astoundingly I believe I am the only person to have written about it despite the fact that many journalists are aware of this. This is incredibly serious and has been foisted on police departments by Statistics Canada. No announcement has been made and the government website does not reflect this change.
I emailed police departments across the country in an attempt to learn whether or not they had already implemented this change. It is clear that they are all in lock step with the Canadian Association of Cheifs of Police (CACP) and have agreed to erase sex from crime statistics. Statistics Canada has collaborated with the CACP to implement this bizarre change.
I want to elaborate on why this change is incoherent and an act of profound contempt for women and girls but for now I will just share the email I sent in response to OPP’s letter. If you would like to send Mr. Eamer your thoughts you can reach him at: OPP.BusinessManagementBureau@opp.ca
Thank you for your response. These changes are unacceptable and you will amend any mistakes that have been made as a result of its implementation.
It’s pertinent for you to understand that this destroys the integrity of crime statistics. Police data is used to create the Uniform Crime Reporting Survey which is a vital tool for researchers. This misogynist change has rendered this data useless.
Anyone who does not understand why recording male perpetrated crime as female perpetrated crime is erroneous and vile has no place in either government or law enforcement.
It’s clear to me now why the head of Statistics Canada resigned a few years ago as a protest against government interference. This completely incoherent change has happened surreptitiously without the input or knowledge of Canadians. Such behavior is totally unacceptable in a democracy.
I can assure that women across the country are working to expose this corruption and everyone who has crafted and facilitated it will be held accountable.