- Aboriginal Affairs
- Employment and Training
- Justice and Law Enforcement
- Taxation and Finance
Subject Matter Details
Legislative Proposal, Bill or Resolution
- An Act to amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts (Ending Early Release for Criminals and Increasing Offender Accountability Act), with respect to sections that authorize police to arrest an offender breaking release conditions, without having to obtain a warrant
- An Act to amend the Criminal Code
(Ending House Arrest for Property and Other Serious Crimes by Serious and Violent Offenders Act), with respect to the restrictions on the imposition of conditional sentences, and their effect on police efforts.
- An Act to amend the Criminal Code
(Response to the Supreme Court of Canada Decision in R. V. Shoker Act), with respect to provisions that re-establish the discretion of a court to impose conditions requiring bodily samples to be provided to police and probation officers on demand or at regular intervals where the court sees fit to prohibit the individual from consuming drugs and alcohol in order to enforce compliance with a prohibition on consuming drugs or alcohol imposed in a probation order
- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (investigative hearing and recognizance with conditions)
(Combating Terrorism Act), with respect to the provisions on preventive arrests.
- An Act to amend the Youth Criminal Justice Act and to make consequential and related amendments to other Acts
(Sébastien’s Law (Protecting the Public from Violent Young Offenders)), with respect to the requirement for police to keep a record of any extrajudicial measures imposed on young persons so that their criminal tendencies can be documented;
- An Act to enact the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Labour Relations Modernization Act and to amend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts (Royal Canadian Mounted Police Modernization Act), specifically the sections allowing RCMP members the right to decide whether or not they would like to associate
Policies or Program
- Economics of Policing
Public Safety Canada has begun a process (starting with the recent Economics of Policing Summit) to increase awareness of the challenges and opportunities facing policing, provide practical information on improving efficiency and effectiveness, and strengthen the foundation for innovation and reform in Canadian policing.
The Summit on the Economics of Policing is but one step on a longer journey toward increased efficiency and effectiveness of policing in Canada. At their meeting in Regina on October 31, 2012, federal, provincial and territorial Ministers agreed that a key outcome for the Summit will be to lay the foundation for the development of a shared forward agenda for policing in Canada.
Following the Summit, consultations with key stakeholders will take place through the spring and summer of 2013 to build on the Summit’s outcomes and collaboratively develop a strategy for Ministers’ consideration in fall 2013. Such a strategy will strive to strengthen Canada’s policing advantage in order to ensure that policing in Canada remains sustainable now and in the future.
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Canada Labour Relations Board (CLRB)
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
Canadian Pension Commission (CPC)
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Correctional Service of Canada (CSC)
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)
Finance Canada (FIN)
Health Canada (HC)
House of Commons
Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB)
Justice Canada (JC)
Members of the House of Commons
National Research Council (NRC)
Prime Minister's Office (PMO)
Public Safety Canada (PS)
Public Service Staff Relations Board (PSSRB)
Public Works and Government Services Canada
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
Solicitor General Canada (SGC)
Statistics Canada (StatCan)
Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB)
Treasury Board Of Canada Secretariat (TBS)
In-house Organization Details
Description of the organization's activities
AS THE NATIONAL CENTRE FOR POLICE LABOUR RELATIONS, THE ASSOCIATION SHALL SERVE ALL MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS REPRESENTING POLICE PERSONNEL THROUGHOUT CANADA. THE ROLE OF THE ASSOCIATION IS TO:(A) PROMOTE THE INTERESTS OF POLICE PERSONNEL AND THE PUBLIC THEY SERVE, IN THE NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE AND POLICY FIELDS;(B) PROVIDE A COLLECTIVE SUPPORT NETWORK FOR MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS TO SUCCESSFULLY IMPROVE REPRESENTATION AND CONDITIONS FOR THEIR OWN MEMBERS IN COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, EDUCATION AND TRAINING, EQUIPMENT, HEALTH AND SAFETY, AND PROTECTING MEMBERS' RIGHTS;(C) ADVOCATE FOR ADEQUATE AND EQUITABLE RESOURCES FOR POLICING;(D) IDENTIFY KEY NATIONAL ISSUES WHICH IMPACT ON MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS AND FACILITATE THE RESOLUTION OF THESE ISSUES; (E) REACT AND RESPOND, UPON REQUEST, TO LOCAL POLICING ISSUES THAT MAY HAVE NATIONAL RAMIFICATIONS;(F) LIAISE WITH THE INTERNATIONAL POLICING COMMUNITY ON ISSUES AFFECTING CANADIAN POLICE PERSONNEL.
Responsible officer name and position during the period of this registration
Organization's membership or classes of membership
THE MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS OF THE ASSOCIATION SHALL BE MADE UP OF THE FOLLOWING:(A) SUCH POLICE ASSOCIATIONS WHICH HAVE APPLIED TO THE BOARD FOR ADMISSION AS A MEMBER ASSOCIATION AND WHICH HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED INTO MEMBERSHIP WITH NOT LESS THAN A TWO-THIRDS (2/3) MAJORITY OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL MEETING.
No government funding was received during the last completed financial year.
In-house Organization Contact Information
100-141 Catherine Street
Ottawa, ON K2P 1C3
Lobbyists employed by the organization
- Michael Gendron,
Government and Media Relations Officer |
No public offices held
- Tom Stamatakis,
No public offices held