“We are ready to get to the bargaining table to negotiate collective agreements that reflect the value of the vital services our members provide to the people of Newfoundland and Labrador.”
Corrections and Criminal Justice
Among the public sector members of the National Union are thousands of women and men who work in Canada’s justice system. These include Youth Corrections Professionals, Correctional Officers, Probation Officers, Sheriffs, as well as those who work in community-based social services, child protection, youth counsellors and other related social services.
These members of the National Union have a wealth of experience and knowledge that we believe can make an invaluable contribution to the development of public policy and legislation on criminal justice issues.
News on Corrections and Criminal Justice
Stable funding for Medicare, social programs and post-secondary education should not be sacrificed for today's corporate tax cuts.
'It’s been a particularly long and difficult round of negotiations.'
MGEU requesting a return to the bargaining table as soon as possible.
Correctional officers will be called upon to help deal with demands for increased security at provincial courts in the coming months.
Case illustrates the inadequacy of mental health services in Canada and the lack of flexibility courts now face because of mandatory sentencing laws.
Province finally agrees to expanded role for sheriffs to relieve some of the demands now being handled by police departments.
Warren (Smokey) Thomas will present a brief on behalf of 125,000 OPSEU members across Ontario.
Expansion of existing facilities welcome but new correction facilities are badly needed, says MGEU.
129 known instances over three years in federal prisons indicates likelihood of much larger problem across Canada.