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Surrey RCMP Transition: The NPF has recently completed an independent on-line survey of Surrey residents regarding their opinions and preferences about the future of policing in Surrey. The results show very strong support of the RCMP and our members and, importantly, for the retention of the RCMP as the police of jurisdiction in Surrey. The…

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NPF Local Workplace Representative Elections: As we move closer to nominations and elections for local workplace representatives, we wanted to encourage and remind registered NPF members to ensure their home address is correct on their NPF profile. This will ensure you receive your nomination and voting package. Please log in and check that your information is correct.…

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The National Police Federation offers you, our members, support in times of challenge and so we’ve provided more information below on how you can reach out for help in various circumstances. We’ve also provided contact information for your elected Board representatives if you have local issues or discussion points. Conduct or Discipline: Members who are…

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Many of you will have received a communication from the RCMP recently notifying you of the first dues deduction on the January 29 payroll, and advising you to update your contact information on the NPF website. Unless you are a registered member of the NPF, you will not be able to update your information. Instead, please send…

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A former local RCMP sergeant is eager to push for what he says is a much-needed change within the agency as he settles into his new role as Director of the Manitoba branch for the National Police Federation. Bobby Baker is no longer heading up the Pembina Valley RCMP detachment after being elected the first-ever…

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Start of NPF Dues: The National Police Federation will serve RCMP members, funded by member dues. Members and Reservists can expect the first dues deduction on their January 29 RCMP paycheque. Dues are set at 1.75% of a First-Class Constable salary (pro-rated for those below $86,110). Deductions will be based on 24 deductions per year…

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The head of the new union for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police says he hopes to be at the bargaining table in just a few weeks, kicking off a process that could see policing costs rise in much of the country. Read the full article here: https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/rcmp-union-bargaining-march-1.5416128

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ICBC and Cst. Sarah Beckett: Many of you may have seen news stories just before the holidays highlighting the Insurance Corporation of BC’s attempt to hold Cst. Sarah Beckett responsible for the collision that took her life while on duty in April 2016. The NPF wrote a demand letter to the Attorney General of BC, who is…

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The past year has truly been one for the books. We finally(!) attained certification and elected our first Board of Directors. Early next year, we’ll formalize the inaugural NPF Board and then we’ll begin the process of bargaining. We’ll provide more information on the potential steps involved in bargaining very soon. In the meantime, though,…

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