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On Tuesday, the NPF released its second position statement, on Body-Worn Cameras, which we support as an important tool for improving transparency and accountability, for building positive community relations between police officers and citizens, and for evidence collection, so long as this new equipment does not unreasonably add to an already heavy workload or imperil your…

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The union representing more than 19,000 Mounties is seeking clearer guidelines on when body-worn cameras can be turned off — and tougher penalties for those who make false accusations against officers. “We believe that body-worn cameras will contribute to a greater level of context, transparency and accountability for both police and citizens,” said National Police…

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Mass Casualty Commission Public Inquiry The NPF has obtained legal counsel on this Inquiry. If you or other Members are contacted by Department of Justice counsel or the RCMP about an interview regarding this Inquiry or related matters, please contact the NPF at info@npf-fpn.com so our counsel can arrange to attend with you. Amherst Alert and Arrest…

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It’s a new year and time for an update on the chaotic and expensive proposed Surrey Police transition. Some of you have been hearing that various staff and politicians are saying that the transition is a ‘done deal’ or too far down the road to stop. They’re simply wrong, and here are two key reasons…

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I’m pleased to share that this month marks the launch of our inaugural NPF Family Services offering to Members. We’re proud to be offering what will soon become a growing suite of services and supports for RCMP Members and families. It’s important that you and your families, who continue to give selflessly to your communities,…

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NPF welcomes BWCs, but warns of interference with core police work and perils to safety of RCMP Members Ottawa, ON — The National Police Federation today released its position statement on the implementation of body-worn cameras for RCMP Members, which are an important tool for improving transparency and accountability, for building positive community relations between…

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Much has already been said about the global impacts of the pandemic in 2020, but much less has been acknowledged about the unique and extreme challenges police officers and RCMP Members in particular have confronted over the last 12 months: An ongoing four-year wage freeze while we negotiate your first Collective Agreement; The new deduction…

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The Government of Alberta is reviewing the Alberta Police Act and is currently asking for public feedback on topics including trust in the police, how the public makes complaints about a police officer or a police service, and the role of the police in Alberta. Many of you serve in Alberta, served there previously, or have friends and family…

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