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NPF Dues Deductions Begin January 29 – New Board Confirmed and Active

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 at $62.79 per pay period.

We wanted to re-share this infographic showing the composition of dues. It’s important to note that many other police association members contribute to legal contingency funds in addition to their dues. NPF has included the legal funds in your dues.

Your dues will fund the services the NPF provides to our members which will include negotiation of pay, resources and other components of a Collective Agreement, member services including legal support for members facing disciplinary processes or use of force complaints and advocacy for our members’ important work across Canada. We’ll provide more information on accessing these important services shortly and will also provide ongoing updates on bargaining.

Confirmation of new NPF Board:

On January 6 the newly elected Board of Directors for the NPF formally assumed their roles at a special general meeting in Ottawa. Your new Board is passionate, engaged, and focused firmly on members’ needs and interests; including your highest priority which is an increase in pay and resources. As you’ve seen in our last update and infographic, we still have a lot of work to do to achieve a new Collective Agreement but we are now formally off and running.

Each Directors’ contact information will be loaded onto the NPF web page shortly and communicated to all members who may have need for assistance.

Benefits of Membership in Your Labour Representative Agency

The National Police Federation represents all non-commissioned members and reservists of the RCMP. Members who register directly with the NPF also receive regular updates on progress and updates on labour relations in the RCMP. Only registered NPF members are eligible to run and vote for local workplace representative positions as well as vote on future contract ratifications.

Register today to take advantage of these member-only benefits: https://npf-fpn.com/become-a-member/

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.)
Sincerely,

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