RCMP Contract Committee Seeks Input

The RCMP Local Government Contract Management Committee (LGCMC) will be meeting on April 27, 2017 to discuss the final stages of the Five Year Review, in addition to other relevant policing issues. Local governments wishing to suggest discussion items related to the agreement under which the RCMP provides local police services in BC are asked to submit input to Bhar Sihota, UBCM Policy Analyst prior to March 31.

The LGCMC is a forum for consultation, analysis and communication between local government and the Province regarding the management of the RCMP police services contract. Biannual in-person meetings present an opportunity for members to analyze and respond to changes that may be proposed from time to time by the federal government and/or RCMP, and recommend changes to the federal government and/or RCMP that may be considered necessary or appropriate.

The LGCMC is comprised of nine local government representatives from throughout the Province, appointed for two or three year terms by UBCM’s Executive, as well as a representative of UBCM’s Executive and the provincial Assistant Deputy Minister, Policing and Security Programs Branch. Representatives of the RCMP are invited to attend Committee meetings as required.

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