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SURREY, BC – Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum all but confirmed that a new Chief Constable has already been selected, raising serious questions about what role the new Surrey Police Board has in the selection process. In response to a question about building a new police budget on the CBC program Early Edition on Wednesday September 16,…

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To help our Members to consider various political parties’ platforms, and key policies that impact your activities as RCMP Members, NPF sent a questionnaire to the New Brunswick Liberal Party, Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick, Green Party of New Brunswick, and New Brunswick’s People’s Alliance. The questionnaire focused on three main topics: policing resource…

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Ottawa, ON – The National Police Federation is calling on the federal and provincial governments and elected representatives to avoid political interference and ensure the victim’s families, front-line RCMP Members and all Canadians have the benefit of a transparent, timely and independent Public Inquiry into all aspects leading to Canada’s largest-ever, tragic mass shooting in…

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Ottawa, ON — The following is a statement from Brian Sauvé, President of the National Police Federation, regarding the Ontario Provincial Police investigation of whether or not RCMP senior leadership supported the front-line Members on duty at the time of the death of Robert Dziekanski at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) in 2007. As the representative…

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Thank you to everyone who participated in our recent Member communications survey. One of the key themes you shared was a request for more information about collective bargaining. Bargaining and Labour Relations Videos: In response and as previously mentioned, we’ve developed a series of videos from labour relations experts on NPF’s Collective Bargaining Committee:  Bill…

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SURREY, BC – Surrey residents are clear on two things in a new Pollara poll commissioned by the National Police Federation (NPF): they do not want a new Surrey Police Service or support Mayor Doug McCallum. The poll taken in August, shows that 58% of Surrey residents oppose Mayor Doug McCallum’s RCMP transition plan, with…

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