How much will national representation cost me?

The RCMP is the only significant police force across Canada without representation and a voice at the table. While this has created a host of other issues, RCMP members have never had to pay dues so are wondering what it will cost them to fund experienced and independent representation. Well, the answer is that it will cost an average RCMP constable less than a good cup of coffee or about $4 per day, or $56 every two weeks, and will be on par with other police associations across the country

It’s important to note that many other association members contribute to legal contingency funds in additions to dues – in our case these contributions will be included in your dues.

Some members reported they haven’t received their voting instructions, or they found them in their “Junk” folder, so the voting instructions were re-sent to all members again on Monday, November 26 through Groupwise. If you still haven’t received your package, please contact the Voter Helpline at 1-833-579-5673, weekdays 08:30-16:30 EST. And please note each member can only vote once.

During the voting phase, it is more important than ever for all members to join the NPF to be kept aware of the voting process. Please share this information with your colleagues who have not yet made their decision to join the NPF.

In the meantime, here are three other things you can do to help.

  1. Join the NPF.  Click here.
  2. Share this information with your colleagues.
  3. 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.)


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