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SURREY, BC – The National Police Federation has released its submission outlining serious concerns with projected costs related to the now-delayed police transition plan ahead of a Surrey Finance Committee budget meeting taking place later today. The document was submitted to the City of Surrey’s Finance Committee on the heels of Surrey announcing that the…

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Recently, K Division Criminal Operations released a Communique in relation to wearing N95 filtering face masks or ½ face Elastomeric Respirators with P100 cartridges when interacting with the public. This has resulted in inquiries from Members in relation to the supply of PPE and concerns that PPE may be in limited supply within K Division.…

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On Monday, NPF released its inaugural position statement and news release on gun violence in Canada and the proliferation of illegal guns and related gang activity resulting in loss of life and injuries for innocent Canadians. We also posted an infographic. The NPF is committed to providing fact-based, open and trusted information on critical public-safety-related issues such as gun violence,…

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Veterans Affairs Committee Presentation: On Monday, November 16, the NPF presented recommendations to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Veterans Affairs about the growing backlog of disability benefits claims at Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC). Earlier this year, VAC reported a 150% increase in the backlog of pending applications for disability claims between March 2017…

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The National Police Federation will be holding its Annual General Meeting on December 16, 2020. Due to the size and national scope of the NPF, our bylaws stipulate that 21 elected delegates will represent and vote on behalf of all Members at the meeting, rather than inviting all individual Members. Delegates will have an opportunity to…

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Each year, this date marks solemn moments when we remember those who gave their lives for ours. Like so many occasions in 2020, this year many of us will honour Remembrance Day alone or with those in our immediate circle rather than gathering publicly. But, still, we will pause and remember. We also remember and…

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