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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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Ottawa, ON – Following is a statement from Brian Sauvé, President, National Police Federation, regarding the Nova Scotia Public Inquiry into Canada’s largest mass shooting: The National Police Federation welcomes yesterday’s appointment of Dr. Kim Stanton as the third Commissioner in the Nova Scotia Public Inquiry, and is calling on the federal and provincial governments…

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By Brian Sauvé President, National Police Federation Across the country, and against the ongoing backdrop of COVID-19, front-line RCMP Members continue to deal with new and unforeseen challenges and risks. Years of cuts to front-line services by governments of all levels, political stripes and jurisdictions have left police officers across Canada increasingly tasked with responding…

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September 24, 2020 Ottawa, ON — The following is a statement from Brian Sauvé, President of the National Police Federation, regarding the RCMP’s Directive regarding facial hair grooming and medical-grade facial respirator masks. The NPF’s primary objective is to ensure the health and safety of all Members. Our position on this issue is that this…

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