One of the most common themes members shared in the recent NPF Safety and Resources survey was unsafe and unacceptably long working hours. We heard about members experiencing no back-up and no downtime, with extended shifts followed immediately by on-call periods. This is unsustainable for your physical and mental health, your relationships with friends and … Read more
More than 90% of members believe lack of resources puts communities and RCMP officers in danger. Please share – we need government to act.
Thank you to those of you who participated in our recent online survey about the ongoing lack of resources and the impact on your ability to do your job safely, and the safety of our communities. The results, download here, were conclusive: 87% do not feel they have the resources they need to do their job fully … Read more
This past week, the NPF filed three more unfair labour practice complaints against the RCMP (Treasury Board) with the Federal Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board (FPSLREB) regarding what we believe are breaches of the statutory freeze. We are monitoring all the complaints we receive from you, our members, and appreciate your ongoing communications … Read more
As previously updated on July 21 and August 18 the NPF filed a motion with the Federal Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board (FPSLREB) to join the QMPMA and NPF applications for certification. On October 11, the FPSLREB has ruled that both applications will be joined and they have determined that one national bargaining agent representing all members … Read more
Like other historic and tragic events, we all remember what we were doing on June 4, 2014. It is a day that will long live in the memories of members of the RCMP, their families and all Canadians when an active shooter went on a manhunt for police officers. As you know, we lost three … Read more