Changing this cannabis policy could encourage the recruitment of new agents.
Under the new policy, all RCMP employees must be fit to perform their duties when they report for duty, which means, among other things, that they must be fit for duty when they report for duty. they must not be impaired by alcohol or drugs.
Substance use can have negative effects on the performance, conduct, well-being and work environment of the person concerned and others, and it can compromise the safety of police services, warns the RCMP in its policy published on January 11 on its website.
The policy warns that the risk of tampering of consciousness following consumption of a substance such as cannabis varies depending on the characteristic traits of the person concerned, their consumption habits and the quality of the product consumed.
So that it may turn out to be different from one consumer to another and from one consumption to another. The safest way to avoid any safety risks is to refrain from consuming them.
The RCMP says it reviewed all aspects of its operations before implementing its new policy.
Many members of the RCMP operate in a unique operational environment and, playing the role of first responders in rural and isolated areas across the country, can be called back to work at any time.
A quote from Excerpt from the new RCMP policy
The RCMP will not provide further comment on its new policy.
In his statement, Brian Sauvé mentions that the policy excludes divers and pilots, who must respect the obligations of their respective professional organizations.
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