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Re: NPF General Updates Since your Board was confirmed in January 2020, we have been hard at work on many ongoing initiatives, updated below: Conduct matters: The response by the Membership to the NPF conduct@npf-fpn.com email address has been fantastic. Hundreds of cases are being managed by local and NPF legal counsel, representing members in a wide…

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We encourage and remind registered NPF members to ensure your NPF profile reflects your correct District of duty. This will ensure you receive the appropriate nomination and voting package and will enable us to communicate with you on important local issues. Please log in and check that your information is correct and thoroughly completed. The following short video…

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The NPF Board of Directors has been actively working on behalf of Members regarding securing Personal Protective Equipment and ensuring proper risk mitigation in your work environment. Some items of note for Members to date include: On March 15, 2020, the RCMP had 51,000 N95 masks in total inventory. 30,000 in Divisional stores; and 21,000…

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On behalf of your Board of Directors, Brian Sauvé, President shares a video message about our focus on securing personal protective equipment for our Members – and our deep appreciation for your respective roles in this crisis to keep our communities and each other safe. Register today to take advantage of these member-only benefits: https://npf-fpn.com/become-a-member/ In the meantime,…

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We encourage and remind registered NPF members to ensure your NPF profile reflects your correct District of duty. This will ensure you receive the appropriate nomination and voting package and will enable us to communicate with you on important local issues. Please log in and check that your information is correct and thoroughly completed. The following short video…

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NPF Executive and Directors continue to be actively engaged with the Commissioner, Commanding Officers and District Commanders regarding Member safety and wellness during this pandemic response. As the situation evolves rapidly with daily and even hourly updates, more and more provinces are declaring states of emergency which, among other things, increase and focus powers related…

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NPF Executive and Directors are actively engaged with RCMP Senior Management both Nationally and Divisionally, to obtain clarity and consistency in the application of policy and process related to COVID-19. The Commissioner’s Broadcast, though not complete, was thorough and addressed numerous issues, but there is still more that management needs to do to ensure the…

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Over the past two weeks we have received numerous complaints from Members regarding inconsistent messaging across the country, inadequate access to various COVID-19 protections and unnecessary practices that put Members at risk. Your NPF Executive and Regional Directors have advanced your concerns through National and Divisional Occupational Health and Safety Committees, and at all levels…

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Statement from Brian Sauvé, President: “The NPF has been engaged and on the ground, supporting all the Members involved in the use of force incident in Whistler on March 8, 2020.  Our thoughts are with those involved and their families. Our Members have been treated and released with minor injuries. The involved members have met…

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Surrey, BC — The National Police Federation, which represents ~20,000 RCMP members across Canada including the 850 officers who serve the residents and City of Surrey, shares the following response to the Solicitor General of BC’s approval to create a Surrey Municipal Police Board earlier this morning. Statement from Brian Sauvé, President: “We are extremely…

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