Transit Police Professional Association Collective Agreement

Transit police were previously represented by the Canadian Office of Professional Employees, but B.C`s labour office certified to the Transit Police Professional Association in June 2014 that it was represented. In a statement, TransLink said the new contract will align transit police salaries with other police services in the province. Edmonton Police Association 2018-2020 The police officer`s representation of police officers to fill the ranks of the Edmonton Police. Arbitrator Stan Lanyon`s binding decision also gives transit police officers the same pay increase next year as a first-class police officer in Vancouver. Lanyon`s decision is far from „Farechecker,“ but says that the role of transit police officers is closest to the role of other municipal police forces in B.C. „They also conduct specialized investigations, such as . B transit-related sexual offences. A collective agreement has been ratified. The city continues to implement. The union represents 238 employees.

About 70% are sworn police officers who occupy a place among inspectors, 15% are office and support staff, and the remaining 15% are officers. July 31, 2020 COVID-19 Update An updated letter of reflection on temporary layoffs was obtained between the City of Edmonton (the „City“) and the Canadian Union of Local Employees 30; Civic Services Union 52; International Brotherhood of Electrified Workers 1007; Edmonton Fire Fighters Union; Amalgamated Transit Union Local 569 and Amalgamated Transit Union Local 569, DATS Unit (together the „Unions“). CUPE 30`s approval is provisional and subject to internal review and approval, which will be completed on August 5. The March 2020 redeployment letter has expired and has not been verified due to the slowdown in redeployment requirements. The city and the unions agreed that the terms of employment of new employees would not change. „Transit police, like any other police service, perform the full range of patrol missions and general investigative functions,“ Lanyon wrote.