En 1894, preocupados por la afluencia de mineros estadounidenses y por el comercio de alcohol, el gobierno canadiense envió al inspector Charles Constantine a realizar un informe del estado del Yukón.  Although the position of organised labour was weak in Canada – the trade unions only had very limited legal rights – the number of industrial disputes grew significantly over this period. Assuredly, the main duties were to keep peace, prevent crime and catch criminals, but along the way the The Mounted Police were given many federal responsibilities, including customs collection and judicial duties. Members of the NWMP, RNWMP and RCMP served in the following conflicts: Records of the NWMP and RCMP are in the custody of Library and Archives Canada, Record Group 18 (RG 18).  In 1878 this structure was overhauled and replaced by a hierarchy of superintendents, inspectors, staff sergeants, sergeants, corporals and constables.
The issuance of unique regimental numbers facilitates the identification of individuals and this is particularly helpful for research purposes. Most of these men, like myself, were drawn from the army or the militia.  When the force deployed to the far north, the police were once again living in extremely basic conditions, in a very dangerous climate; a network of small shelters had to be built to protect units out on patrol, although these did not prevent the well-publicised deaths of the "Lost Patrol" of Inspector Francis Fitzgerald during the winter of 1910–11. United States: Paramount. For example: for John or James, enter j, then the asterisk * as such: j*. With the discovery of gold in the Klondike, however, the force was redeployed to protect Canada's sovereignty over the region and to manage the influx of prospectors.  Although the region remained relatively safe, there was no civil government, and military explorers highlighted the "lawlessness" and lack of "security for life or property" that resulted from the absence of a formal justice system. As time went by, however, the number of officers increased.  The mounted police deployed to Siberia at the end of the First World War carried the 1908 pattern cavalry sword.
 The government ordered an investigation, followed by a judicial inquiry, both of which cleared Herchmer of any serious charges.  Moving the entire force to the remote region of the Yukon, though, would have more than doubled the cost of the police's training and support arrangements, and their existing bases therefore remained vital to the northern operations. Among other requirements for entrance, each recruit had to pass a medical test and present a letter saying that he was an individual of good character. RNWMP absorbed the Dominion Police and became the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), and it was responsible for federal law enforcement in all provinces and territories.
, Gradual improvement began to be made in the 1880s and 1890s; the later police barracks lost the title of "fort" and were professionally assembled, made from planed lumber, often prefabricated in the east, and fitted with modern technology and iron beds. La página oficial de la Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Gaceta de la Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Comisión de quejas públicas contra la RCMP, Comité especial del senado sobre Anti-terrorismo, Diario del comisionado George Arthur French, McDonald Commission — Royal Commission of Inquiry into Certain Activities of the RCMP, https://es.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Policía_Montada_del_Canadá&oldid=129822496, Wikipedia:Artículos con datos por trasladar a Wikidata, Wikipedia:Artículos con identificadores VIAF, Wikipedia:Artículos con identificadores ISNI, Wikipedia:Artículos con identificadores BNF, Wikipedia:Artículos con identificadores GND, Licencia Creative Commons Atribución Compartir Igual 3.0, Const.  Se puede encontrar un testimonio del viaje en un diario de Henri Julien, un artista de Canadian Illustrated News, que acompañó a la expedición. [k] Soon after the battalion's arrival in South Africa, however, Herchmer's superior, Major General Edward Hutton, concluded that Herchmer was unsuited for military command and retired him from duty.
However, support for the Force in the West prevailed, and it gained new prominence policing the Klondike Gold Rush. The file does not, however, document the detachments at which a member may have served, nor are his pay records on file. Muy posiblemente el éxito de esta primera expedición determinó la historia de Canadá. In 1933, for example, the federal government awarded a grant of $300 to surviving members of the
Those files are not digitized.  Workers who left their jobs in protest could find themselves arrested by the mounted police under the terms of the Masters and Servants Act for deserting their employment, or alternatively detained under the vagrancy laws. 2.Stromberg, H. (Producer), & Van Dyke II, W.S.  The machine-guns finally arrived in 1894, when two .303 calibre Maxim guns were approved for the police, with two more purchased in 1897. Uno de los cuatro policías sólo llevaba en el cuerpo diecisiete días.
Trooper of the North West Mounted Police 1876 (artist: R.J. Marrion - copyright :Canadian War Museum) The following is an extract from the book Military Uniforms in Canada, 1665-1970 by Jack L. Summers and Rene Chartrand (Ottawa: Canadian War Museum, 1981) and is reproduced here by the kind permission of the Canadian War Museum.  The police acted efficiently and with probity during the period, largely curbing criminality in the region, although their task was helped by the geography of the Klondike, which made it relatively easy to bar entry to undesirables. This notice appeared as an advertisement in Halifax in 1873.
The police's red uniforms were a departure from tradition in the region, as previous British and Canadian forces deployed to the west had typically worn green uniforms, rather than red, but reflected contemporary British advice on the most appropriate style for military uniforms.  For most of the force's history the role was occupied by Frederick White, until replaced by A. The force heavily influenced public perceptions of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, which used the North-West Mounted Police's image and history to help make the modern police a popular Canadian national symbol. Recibió esta condición en 1921.  The rising population drove an increase in the criminal cases tackled by the force: less than 1,000 were investigated in 1900, but within four years the number of cases had risen to over 4,000. , The first enlisted men to be recruited in 1873 came from a wide variety of backgrounds, but most had some military experience.
 The RCMP's centennial in 1973 saw celebratory events across Canada, various historical publications and even proposals – turned down by the mounted police – for a reenactment of the March West. When the North-West Mounted Police was formed in 1873, it initially had a rank structure of inspectors, sub-inspectors, staff constables, constables and sub-constables, with the force as a whole headed by the commissioner and the assistant commissioner: this system reflected that in use in the Royal Irish Constabulary, upon which the force was modelled.