93. (1) Prior to a loan being made to a member from the Benefit Trust Fund, the member shall undertake to repay the loan by means of monthly deductions from the member’s pay in such amounts and for such periods as the advisory committee may approve.
(2) Where a member to whom a loan is made from the Benefit Trust Fund is discharged from the Force, the total unpaid balance of the loan is payable and shall be a charge against any money owing to the member by Her Majesty in right of Canada.
(3) Where a member to whom a loan is made from the Benefit Trust Fund is unable to repay the unpaid balance of the loan, the Commissioner or the Commissioner’s delegate, on the recommendation of the advisory committee, may approve the conversion of the loan to a grant.
94. (1) Withdrawals from the Benefit Trust Fund for the purposes set out in section 92 shall, if the amount thereof
(a) does not exceed $10,000, be authorized by the advisory committee;
(b) exceeds $10,000 but is not more than $50,000, be authorized by the Commissioner; or
(c) exceeds $50,000, be authorized by the Minister.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Commissioner or the Commissioner’s delegate may authorize withdrawals from the Benefit Trust Fund of any amount in respect of payments made in error to the Fund.
95. Requisitions for cheques on the Benefit Trust Fund shall be signed by such officers as the Minister may from time to time authorize and be countersigned by such members as the Commissioner may designate.
Division Staff Relations Representative Program
96. (1) The Force shall have a Division Staff Relations Representative Program to provide for representation of the interests of all members with respect to staff relations matters.
(2) The Division Staff Relations Representative Program shall be carried out by the division staff relations representatives of the members of the divisions and zones who elect them.
(3) [Repealed, SOR/98-262, s. 6]
- SOR/89-581, s. 1;
- SOR/94-219, s. 33;
- SOR/98-262, s. 6.
97. (1) The Force shall maintain forensic laboratories for the purposes of providing scientific and technical assistance to law enforcement agencies.
(2) The terms and conditions of access to the services of the forensic laboratories referred to in subsection (1) by law enforcement agencies shall be approved by the Commissioner.
(3) For the purposes of subsections (1) and (2), law enforcement agencies include federal and provincial government departments and agencies, and courts of criminal jurisdiction.
(4) The provision of scientific and technical services to foreign law enforcement agencies shall be approved by the Commissioner.
- SOR/94-219, s. 34.
Officer Appointment and Promotions
98. Standards and procedures for a recommendation by the Commissioner to the Governor in Council for the appointment or promotion of an officer shall be approved by the Commissioner.
- SOR/94-219, s. 34.
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