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The Provincial Police Act

R.S.M. 1987, c. P150

The Provincial Police Act

Table of Contents

1 Definitions.
2 The Manitoba Provincial Police.
3 Appointment of commissioner.
(2) Controlled by the Attorney-General.
4 Enforcement of laws.
(2) Members ex officio game guardians, etc.
(3) Exceptions from authority of force.
5 Duties.
6 Appointments to the force.
(2) Number.
7 Suspension or discharge.
8 Rules and regulations may be made.
(2) Approval of Lieutenant Governor in Council.
9 Special constables.
(2) Control of.
(3) Power of appointment reserved.
10 Special inquiries.
(2) Powers of commissioner in inquiry.
11 Clerks to notify commissioner.
(2) Certain documents to be delivered to commissioner on request.
12 The Civil Service Act to apply.
(2) Salaries, fees, etc.
13 Provisions for accommodation.
(2) Incidental expenses.
(3) Benefit fund.
14 Duty to assist police officer.
15 Agreement with Canada for policing by R.C.M.P.
(2) M.P.P. to include R.C.M.P.
16 Agreement with Canada for policing of municipality.
17 Agreements by municipalities under 5000 population.
18 Agreements by municipalities for hamlets, etc.
19 Validation of agreements.
20 Duties to be undertaken by R.C.M.P.
21 Liability for torts.
(2) Torts of chief of police.
(3) Where office of chief of police is vacant.
(4) Payment of municipality.
(5) Indemnifying police officers.
22 Provincial Police Commission.
(2) Chairman.
(3) Filling of vacancy.
(4) Tie votes and quorum.
(5) Remuneration.
(6) Signature on orders, etc.
(7) Annual report.
23 Staff.
24 Duties of commission.
25 Inquiry by commission.
(2) Powers under Evidence Act.
26 Definition of police commission.
(2) Appeal from disciplinary action.
(3) Disposition of appeal.
(4) Order to make inquiry, etc.
(5) Appeal.
(6) Hearing de novo.
(7) Exclusion of public.
(8) Powers under Evidence Act.
(9) Disposition of appeal.
(10) Decision on appeal final.
(11) Effect of Law Enforcement Review Act.
(12) Reference by Attorney-General.
(13) Investigation by commissioner.
(14) Non-application of subsections (2) and (3).
27 Costs.
28 Application of Labour Relations Act
(2) Bargaining by senior officers.
(3) Representation by members of affiliated body.
(4) Counsel and advisers.
(5) Association.
(6) Senior officer defined.
29 Regulations.
(2) Regulation to prevail.