ADVISORY With many links below, you will leave the Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada website. We cannot be held liable for the content or opinions contained these sites.
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
The Mounted Police Professional Association Of Canada Agrees There Needs To Be Greater Accountability Within The RCMP.
Kamloops Based Spokesman Rob Creasser Responding To Remarks By Professor Darryl Davies…Who Blames Inadequate Training, And A Lack Of Accountability…For A Record Number Of Discipline Cases In 2012-13. But Creasser Says The Percentages Of Discipline Cases Aren’t Likely Any Higher Than Any Other Police Force. Audio 1 The Mounted Police Professional Association Of Canada Is On Side With A Professor Who Claims A Lack Of Accountability, And Inadequate Training Is Responsible For A Record Number Of RCMP Discipline Cases. Spokesman Rob Creasser Says The 104 Cases Reported In 2012-13….Isn’t Really A Surprise…. Professor Darryl Davies, A Criminology Instructor At Carleton University Described The Number And The Kinds Of Offences In The Report “Shocking…” Audio 2 The Mounted Police Professional Association Of Canada Agrees There Needs To Be Greater Accountability Within The RCMP. Spokesman Rob Creasser Of Kamloops Is Responding To This Weeks Report By The Rcmp Showing It Handled A Record 104 Discipline Cases In 2012-13….But adds…The Need For More Accountability Goes Right To The Top. Audio 3 MPPAC Interview Moncton Deaths
The Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada says the RCMP has been painfully slow to react to recommendations to better protect Mounties.
Spokesman Rob Creasser says its been seven years since recommendations for better weaponry, and improved body armour were tabled in the wake of the murders of four RCMP officers in mayerthorpe alberta in 2005….. Creasser 1 Creasser believes its comes down to a lack of money….with RCMP budgets trimmed…and officers not getting the training they need to be safe in their jobs.It’s been seven years since Human Resources and Skills Development Canada came out with recommendations that Mounties be better armed…and be provided with improved body armour. Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada spokesman Rob Creasser says those recommendations came in the wake of the murders of 4 RCMP officers in Mayerthorpe Alberta….in 2005. Creasser 2 Creasser fears reduced funding for rcmp budgets, and a lack of advocacy is a likely reason for the long delay. The Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada says its tragic that its taken seven years to start acting on recommendations made seven years ago in the wake of the murders of four police officers in Mayerthorpe Alberta. Spokesman Rob Creasser fears its all because of reduced budgets for the RCMP….and a lack of advocacy. Creasser 3 Recommendations from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada recommended RCMP be armed with better weapons, and improved body armour.