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RCMP Harassment, Bullying Still Exists In Force: Liberal MP
MPPAC spokesperson speaks out on RCMP class action disability lawsuit win.
The Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada applauds the multi million dollar class action settlement for disabled RCMP Officers whose benefits had been clawed back. Spokesman Rob Creasser says the settlement is worth 70 million dollars….and comes on the heels of a similar agreement for the Canadian Forces. The settlement involves nearly 1100 officers whose long term disability payments were reduced by the amount of their monthly benefits from Veterans Affairs…..
It’s believed a number of former RCMP Officers in the Kamloops area may benefit from the settlement of a class action lawsuit. Mounted Police Professonal Association of Canada spokesman Rob Creasser says the suit was launched in 2008 by former officers who had disability payments clawed back… The settlement, believed to be worth 70 million dollars was launched in 2008….and follows in the footsteps of a similar settlement involving military veterans.
Why are the RCMP less well-armed than a municipal police force?
Tough questions about the Moncton shootings
The RCMP, the C8 and Moncton: The Commissioner responds
Aiming for Safety Report
Rob Creasser on the Jim Harrison Show – Soundcloud
THE CHAOS THAT IS THE RCMP – OTTAWA LIFE MAGAZINE
DND: Assessment for VAC Disability Pension Applications (Responsibility of MO’s in filling out VAC Claims
MPPAC Speaking out in New Brunswick about the need for a Public Inquiry into the death of RCMP members in Moncton.
Click here to listen The Mounted Police Professional Association is calling on the New Brunswick Government to call an external public inquiry into the fatal shootings of 3 RCMP officers in Moncton. Spokesman Rob Creasser says the association is not satisfied with the appointment of retired assistant commissioner Phonse McNeil … To address issues of timely training, and appropriate weapons. Creasser says its evident the RCMP is content to try to deal with the issue internally….and quietly. Media 1 Fearing the RCMP wants to deal with the murders of three RCMP officers in Moncton, quietly and internally….the mounted police professional association is calling on New Brunswick to hold its own public inquiry. Spokesman Rob Creasser says RCMP appointing a retired assistant commissioner just two years removed from the force…isn’t good enough. Creasser says the public has a right to know….and that those RCMP members who had first hand knowledge of the Moncton incident are able to testify, without fear of being disciplined. Media 2