Well, first we have the Staff Relations Representative (SRR) Program. The SRR Program is aimed at providing members of the RCMP a system provide members of the RCMP with a formal system of representation to ensure that they have a voice about their service in the RCMP. The program represents RCMP and civilian members, as well as special constables.
As for Municipal police, the group who sits at the bargaining table for their officers is called The Alberta Federation of …show more content…
I can’t speak for other people, however since I am considering employment as a police officer, I would like to ensure a few things. Firstly, In terms of the Charter or Rights and Freedoms, It is nice to know that a) everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice. To me, this can come into play when addressing things such as quality of life. Such as knowing that I will be safe at work. Not necessarily in terms of the job itself, because policing in itself can be a dangerous. I mean more as not receiving an unusual punishment for a possible screw up at work. This goes hand in hand, I think with security of person (s. 7 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms) Secondly, I feel that the charter also eliminates one of my concerns that as a future member of the policing community, we cannot become power driven, as it provides basic rights for every Canadian. The legislation given in the Police Officers Collective Bargaining act also addresses various things such as wages, labour, strikes, how you go about bargaining for various needs, and who exactly is to aid in obtaining these needs.
What Act identifies who is to be the bargaining agents in municipal policing?
The act that identifies who is to be the bargaining agents in municipal policing is the Labour Relations Act. What they can do can be found in the Police Officers Collective Bargaining act.
After conducting some research, explain the latest (2015) Supreme Court decision with respect to the right of RCMP officers to