This is what I don't understand, thought this review was literally her job, and why they created the position. I thought appointing Dawe to lead this effectively undermined her primary stated purpose.Then why the hesitancy to see someone like Carignan be a key player in this, and instead some Col or BGen? Genuine question. Doesn’t that effectively dismiss her (Carignan) potential contribution to help rectify the situation?
New military lead aims to change culture of sexual misconductThe military’s new Chief of Professional Conduct and Culture told MPs that her priorities are to review and improve the complaint system for dealing with sexual misconduct in the Forces, and to foster an environment where these abuses no longer happen.
Lieutenant-General Jennie Carignan, who began the position in April, said on Tuesday that a review of the complaint process is necessary in order to determine how things should be fixed. She said the current system that deals with sexual misconduct needs to be improved so that it is centralized, efficient and more visible, and so there’s a standard process in place to respond to such incidents.
I have read your response a number of times and am still trying to wrap my thoughts around it. How about providing context as to what role you were engaged in and leaving out the high horse comments with regards to this discussion. We are talking about members who are all part of the CoC (CAF is a very small institution that does big things) with one who violently attacked another member. I can only assume how you have become involved with referrals but I believe there is a big difference between what the MG did and being part of an external judicial review team that is determining mitigating factors from outside and not within.I must be the devil incarnate to some of you folk riding that high horse......over the last 16 years of my career I've written hundreds of referrals supporting child molesters, sex offenders, drug dealers, wife beaters, etc. as long as they showed, to myself and the social work team, that they were trying to sort themselves out.
A letter can make the difference between help for the affliction/mental illness and rotting away to cause more havoc someday. As for those who think they would never hang out with "these kind" of people, well guess what, you are. You'd be amazed at the places I've seen ex-cons work once they are out. They don't all look like they should be on "Oz".
This kind of publicity is actually the worst thing that could happen to the convicted, they end up getting more time/fines/ conditions and doing way more of their sentences, non-famous folk get parole waaaaaaaaaay sooner then you really want to know.
Convicts cost money.....
Yup, he sure is.
"It is obvious that despite the work the military has done, despite the work that we have done, the military still doesn't get that survivors need to be at the centre, and the unique priority of everything in regards to sexual misconduct and harassment in the military," Trudeau said.
"This shows they simply still don't get it."
He is wrong. He's the pot calling the kettle black. He has no moral high ground here.
I might get flamed here but I will accept it. I have known Pete Dawe for more than 15 years. He is one of the most forthright, honest, and practical officers I have ever met. He is also intensely loyal, to his colleagues, subordinates, and CoC.With whom, specifically…2-leafs I guess we’re talking now? You seem to think the role ‘only’ needs a 4-ring/1-leaf and that the 3-leaf women are otherwise too busy doing other things…
Then just 5d/5f Dawe?
I might get flamed here but I will accept it. I have known Pete Dawe for more than 15 years. He is one of the most forthright, honest, and practical officers I have ever met. He is also intensely loyal, to his colleagues, subordinates, and CoC.
My point is: are you privy to the discussions that led to this decision being made? Me neither. There could be a perfectly valid reason why Dawe was selected for this position.Nope, what's your point ?