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I hope everyone is enjoying some relaxation during this strange COVID summer as July slips into August. I have prepared a video acknowledging a few of our Members across the country for their local acts of heroism and kindness that too often go unacknowledged. These stories need to be told and Members recognized:  too often…

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The House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security is undertaking a study on “Systemic Racism in Policing in Canada” which has convened three days of testimony from stakeholders and government officials. The latest scheduled committee meeting on this topic takes place today with the National Police Federation presenting. Here’s a link to the…

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The National Police Federation (NPF) argues Surrey’s proposed police transition would reduce the number of police officers in Surrey: giving people less for more, as taxpayers would be burdened with unexpected and growing costs related to the transition. Funding the plan has also resulted in the cancellation of several long-awaited and promised projects and services…

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Last week RCMP Members successfully intervened with and arrested an individual who posed a significant threat at Rideau Hall in Ottawa. We have since been disappointed by commentary from multiple sources speculating on a potentially different outcome to the peaceful resolution of this incident. https://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en/news/2020/rcmpnpf-statement-speculation-rideau-hall-arrest?re

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The RCMP Commissioner and the head of the force’s union say they are “disappointed” by commentary from those who have speculated there may have been a different outcome to an incident at Rideau Hall had the intruder been another race. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-rcmp-disappointed-by-commentary-that-race-a-factor-in-quiet-rideau/

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