The RCMP "sidelined more than 300 investigations, mostly into organized-crime, as it redirected more than $100-million to its national-security squads after two Canadian soldiers were killed by Islamic State sympathizers" in October 2014 as reported by The Globe and Mail: "the figures . . . speak to how big of a bite the force's counterterrorism contingent has been taking out of its traditional law-enforcement work."
A similar shift occurred within U.S. law enforcement agencies after 9/11 which, among other things, resulted in the FBI gutting its squads dedicated to the Mafia families in order to focus on Muslim terrorists.
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