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New Brunswick Police Association  Established over 50 years ago  Advance the interests of Municipal police officers  Protect and improve legislative.

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1 New Brunswick Police Association  Established over 50 years ago  Advance the interests of Municipal police officers  Protect and improve legislative rights: Police Act, Negotiations, Health and Safety, Compensation  Presentations at Municipal, Provincial and Federal level

2 New Brunswick Police Association  Maintains police research data basis (wages, benefits, discipline, pensions, police costing)  Participates in Canadian Police Association police research data basis  Municipal officers are members of the NB Police Assoc. and Canadian Police Association with all of the above data available to you

3 New Brunswick Police Association  Sponsored public relations campaigns against reduction and elimination of municipal police services  Presentations to the Mayors of municipalities in New Brunswick to expand municipal police service  Sponsored public relations campaigns against RCMP takeovers  Numerous presentations to provincial government to expand municipal policing throughout the province

4 Police Act  We are voting members of all committees under the Police Act:  Discipline and Work performance  Policing Standards  Strategic Development  Legislative review  Arbitration guidelines (fee schedule)

5 Police Act – Discipline - Work Performance  We Co-chaired the all stakeholders Committee that developed the new Discipline and Work Performance Police Act over a period of 6 years.  First Police Act in Canada where a Chief cannot suspend, demote or dismiss an officer unless mutually agreed or approved by outside Arbitrator

6 Police Act – Arbitrator guidelines. and Fee Schedule  During the 6 year review we developed guidelines, a fee schedule and mutual agreed list of qualified Arbitrators for Discipline and Work Performance hearings—the first in Canada

7 Injury on the Job  We made presentation for over 4 years to get the provincial government to remove the 3 day loss of pay for police officers when injured on the job

8 Regional Service Delivery. Commissions  After presentations to the provincial government on the Grant review, Finn report, RCMP subsidies and taxation, new Regional Service Delivery Commissions are being established where municipalities are to “pay for what they get”.  Municipal policing is more cost/effective

9 1 st. Class Constable  Halifax = $ 83,433  Summerside = $ 63,026***  Truro = $ 74,506  New Glasgow = $ 74,700  Amherst = $ 74,700  Bridgewater = $ 74,700  Charlottetown = $ 73,433  Kentville = $ 73,303

10 1 st.Class Constable –2012--RNC  RNC = $ 75,668  Long Service Pay at years  Increases Pay by 3%6%9%12%

11 1 st. Class Constable  Saint John = $ 74,527  Fredericton = $ 72,317  Edmundston = $ 73,486 ($35.33x2080)  Grand Falls = $ 63,752  Miramichi = $ 74,526  Bathurst = $ 70,637  BNPP = $ 70,637  Rothesay = $ 74,004  Woodstock = $ 65,112  RCMP = $ 79,308

12 New Brunswick Police Association  Continues the 50 year tradition of protecting and advancing the positions, legislative rights, benefits and well being of municipal police officers in New Brunswick and throughout Canada—Together we stand!


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