2021-22 Gender-based analysis plus

Section 1: Institutional GBA Plus Capacity

The Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada (MPCC) is in its second year of it's Gender-based analysis plus (GBA Plus) Strategy which was designed to build departmental capacity, identify relevant GBA Plus parameters, determine how data will be tracked and used as well as increase accountability. This fiscal year, the MPCC worked on strengthening evidence base and expertise by engaging the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal (CFPM) on the collection of statistical data that could be used to facilitate the consideration of GBA Plus factors in the review of conduct and interference complaints and adapt our programs if needed. The MPCC also began to map available information and statistical data that is related to GBA Plus factors.

In addition, over the review period, the MPCC made it mandatory for the operation staff to complete GBA Plus training and encouraged other employees of the Department to do so. As of March 31, 2022, 100% of employees completed the required training. The estimates below are based on a general understanding of the statistical make-up of the Canadian Armed Forces and Military Police which make up the vast majority of our complainants and subjects.

Section 2: Gender and Diversity Impacts, by Program

Core Responsibility: Independent Civilian Oversight of the Military Police

Program Name: Complaints Resolution

Target Population: All Canadians

Distribution of Benefits by gender
Second group Third group Fourth group Fifth group
By gender Men no no no no Women
Distribution of benefits by age group
First group Second group Third group
By age group Youth no no Seniors

Key Program impacts on Gender and diversity: Not available

GBA Plus Data Collection Plan:

The MPCC began to map available information and statistical data that is related to GBA Plus factors and is planning to implement administrative procedures and systems to allow for the tracking of identified GBA Plus factors by March 31, 2023.


Target Population :

See Finance Canada definition of Target Group in the User Instructions for the GBA Plus Departmental Summary.

Gender Scale:

  • First group: Predominantly men (e.g. 80 per cent or more men)
  • Second group: 60 per cent - 79 per cent men
  • Third group: Broadly gender-balanced
  • Fourth group: 60 per cent - 79 per cent women
  • Fifth group: Predominantly women (e.g. 80 per cent or more women)

Income Level Scale:

  • First group: Strongly benefits low-income individuals (Strongly progressive)
  • Second group: Somewhat benefits low-income individuals (Somewhat progressive)
  • Third group: No significant distributional impacts
  • Fourth group: Somewhat benefits high income individuals (Somewhat regressive)
  • Fifth group: Strongly benefits high income individuals (Strongly regressive)

Age Group Scale :

  • First group: Primarily benefits youth, children and/or future generations
  • Second group: No significant inter-generational impacts or impacts generation between youth and seniors
  • Third group: Primarily benefits seniors or the baby boom generation
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