Regina Police Association Collective Agreement

On February 24, 1944, it was unanimously decided that regina police officers should organize themselves to become a local police union. This was the beginning of the Regina City Policemen`s Association #155, under the National Union of Public Employees. Records show that there were a total of 36 members. Today, the Regina Police Association represents approximately 560 full-time and full-time regina Police Service members. You are your neighbours, your child coaches, the police officer patrol your community, the school resource officer who helps keep your child`s school safe, and the voice on the other end of the phone in an emergency. Our members are hard-working experts who strive to make the City of Regina a safe place to live, work and visit. The development of the Regina Police Association is attributed to contributions from association representatives over the years. On behalf of our membership, we thank the representatives whose vision, commitment and attendance have enriched the lives and careers of our members together. In 1976, civilian members of the Regina Police Service joined the Association, and on April 15, 1992, the association was founded and amended in the Regina Police Association Inc.