I would ask the members of the Liberal National registry sex offenders search in Blainville and all of the members in the House to think of their sons, their daughters, their mothers, their sisters or their wives. Police forces do not have the ability to act quickly. One province has expressed an interest in such an agreement.
I urge them to think as individuals. It is the result of effective collaboration between police, child care agencies and the federal government. It is called CPIC. A few provinces have expressed interest in establishing their own registry but most have made no decision and some are clearly opposed.
Speaker, with the CPIC system of course we continue to work very effectively and in the best interests of Canadians to ensure that timing is of the essence. The motion today reflects the need for Canada, not the government nor national registry sex offenders search in Blainville opposition, to have a national sex offender registry.
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One province has expressed an interest in such an agreement. The Canadian Police Association yesterday voiced its support for the motion. We are talking of course about police forces. We have seen instances as recently as a few weeks ago in this parliament, when Liberal members voted against a motion that essentially came from their own red book.
I have had this experience before.
I know it caused a great deal of consternation in my community and a town hall meeting was held. Speaker, I would concur with that suggestion. Would that be inappropriate action on the part of the police? There is a bit of that going on here if I understand the solicitor general correctly.