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The Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security reviews legislation policies, programs and expenditure plans of government departments and agencies responsible for public safety and national security, policing and law enforcement, corrections and conditional release of federal offenders, emergency management, crime prevention and the protection of Canada's borders.
41st Parliament, 1st Session (June 2, 2011 - September 13, 2013) Current Session

Summary of Work

41st Parliament, 1st Session

The Committee undertook over
21 studies and activities
categorized as follows:
6Bills
3Studies related to Estimates
5Self-Initiated Studies
1Study initiated by other orders of reference from the House
6Activities
Following these studies, the Committee presented
9 reports
to the House, including:
6following studies related to Bills
0following studies related to Estimates
2following Self-Initiated Studies
1following a study initiated by other orders of reference from the House
0 related to Activities work
To do so, the Committee held
91 meetings