The NPF has been working on developing a complete but easy-to-read handbook to assist members in understanding and accessing many internal RCMP processes. The first chapter is now available here (link) which covers “Conduct – The Right to Representation and Assistance”. You can expect more chapters in the coming weeks that deal with several additional topics including Public Complaints, Statutory Investigations etc.
Aside from receiving interesting and relevant information, there is another important reason to join the NPF: only members of the NPF will be eligible to participate in an upcoming bargaining survey you’ll be invited to participate in toward the end of April. In the survey, we’ll be asking about your priorities and considerations for our new Collective Agreement. Your feedback on this survey will be one of the tools used to determine what topics NPF advances in a future bargaining proposal. New members who sign-up before the survey will have a chance to participate.
In the meantime, here are three other things you can do to help.
- Join the NPF. Click here.
- Share this information with your colleagues.
- Stay informed by downloading our app on iTunes or Google Play. (You don’t need to join or share your personal email to use our app.)