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The National Police Federation is the sole certified bargaining agent for regular members and reservists of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police below the rank of Inspector.

The mission of the National Police Federation is to provide strong, fair and progressive representation to promote and enhance the rights of RCMP members and reservists below the rank of Inspector.

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This morning, @sauve_brian and Kevin Halwa spoke to CBC Radio morning stations across Canada (from K-W’s @cbckw891 to @LondonMorning to @WindsorMorning, to Vancouver's @CBCEarlyEdition and more) to discuss body-worn cameras in Canada. https://t.co/OR2nvCXyrx #RCMP #BWC

We remember Cst. Allen Garry Giesbrecht, who was shot and killed on duty while investigating a domestic dispute in Vegreville, Alberta on January 13, 1985. #RCMPNeverForget https://t.co/PXLsVehraH NPFFPN1 photo

Nous nous souvenons du gend. Allen Garry Giesbrecht, tué par balle dans l’exercice de ses fonctions alors qu’il répondait à un appel lié à une dispute conjugale à Vegreville, en Alberta, le 13 janvier 1985. #GRCOublionsJamais https://t.co/fjg78npCJf NPFFPN1 photo

We need clearer guidelines on when body-worn cameras can be turned off — and tougher penalties for false accusations against officers.

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We believe that body-worn cameras are an important tool for improving transparency and accountability in policing. They will also improve community relations and aid in evidence collection. 1/2 https://t.co/UtdcfUmAmy NPFFPN1 photo

La FPN estime que les caméras corporelles sont un outil important pour améliorer la transparence et la reddition de comptes en matière de services policiers. Elles aideront à établir des relations positives avec les collectivités et à recueillir des éléments de preuve. 1/4 https://t.co/F10iSxOBPo NPFFPN1 photo

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