Any serving police officer of a police service, or of the Canadian Armed Forces Military Police.
Any retired or former police officer who has served with a police service or with the Canadian Armed Forces Military Police, for a minimum period of five (5) years, and has left that employment in good standing. This includes a "Special Constable or equivalent" who qualified for membership and who served in that capacity for membership and who served in that capacity for a minimum of five (5) years.
Any officer with the designation "Special Constable or equivalent" provided he/she is in the fult time employ of a service, department or force whose functions are the prevention of crime and the enforcement of municipal, provincial or federal law as well as maintaining law and order for a minimum of five (5) years, with responsibilities consistent with those of a police officer.
Any full-time police cadet who is sworn as a "Peace Officer" as defined in Section 2 of the Criminal Code of Canada and is employed by a service.
Any serving Auxiliary or Reserve Police Officer of a recognized Auxiliary or Reserve Police Branch forming part of a police service.
Any former member of a recognized Auxiliary or Reserve Police Branch forming part of a police service, who has served a minimum of ten years, and has left the police service in good standing.
Any permanent Canada Border Services Agency Officers engaged in law enforcement, occupying a position invested with the powers and obligations of a peace officer.
Any full time civilian employee of a police service who have completed five (5) years of service and who work directly with front line officers on receiving and/or dispatching calls for service or on scenes of crime and forensic investigations.
Any retired of former full time civilian employee of a police service who has worked directly with front line officers on receiving and/or dispatching calls for service, crime scenes, and forensic investigations and left that employment in good standing with a minimum of five (5) years of service.
All applications for membership are subject to approval.
Annual membership to IPA Canada is $35.00. Payment must be made in advance of the year it covers. Membership dues received throughout the year for new members will cover the year in which membership is approved. The exception is any new applications received after October 1st of any given year, in which the membership dues paid will cover the following year. This applies to NEW memberships only.
Renewal payments are due by December 1st of the current year to maintain the following year's membership privileges.
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