Mission Statement of Police on Guard for Thee

That as active and retired Police Officers, our mission is:

To honour our Oath to uphold the Constitution of Canada, and to the best of our abilities,  preserve the peace, prevent offences and discharge other duties as a Police Officer faithfully, impartially and according to law.

To continue to serve and protect the public, while remaining independent of political influence.

To repair and regain public trust which is being damaged and lost due to the enforcement of Emergency measures.

To encourage active duty members to join our court action requesting clarification on the validity of emergency measures being passed by our Federal, Provincial and Municipal governments.

We believe that these measures are not only in conflict with our Charter Oath but also place active duty police officers in an untenable position when directed by politicians and senior management to enforce these emergency measures.

 Recent News

Thank you Philip Williams for joining in support of Police on Guard for Thee.

Thank you Philip Williams for joining in support of Police on Guard for Thee.

I have always been involved in serving the good. With what is happening now in the world, I would like to do something.
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Thank you Aaron Nichols for joining in support of Police on Guard for Thee.
Aaron Nichols
EPS Badge #921
Retired Constable
37 Years of Service
Edmonton Police Service
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If you are an active or retired peace officer or in a related field and would like to pledge your support, please be sure to message us with your information like above and a photo. We will do our best to get in contact with you as soon as possible.

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Throwback Thursday: Reopening Ontario Act, Human Rights Code and The Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Throwback Thursday: Reopening Ontario Act, Human Rights Code and The Charter of Rights and Freedoms

We will be dedicating our social media posts on Thursdays to reminding Canadians of their rights and the current laws and legislations in place in Canada. Make sure to save and share these posts so you can refer to them when exercising your rights in public.

Police are being asked to balance the Reopening Ontario Act, the Human Rights Code, and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms that we have sworn to uphold, this includes Section 7 of the Charter – Life, liberty and security of the person. Section 7 states:
“Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice”.

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Question Tuesday

Question Tuesday

Knowledge is power. Ask us any questions through our website at policeonguard.ca/contact and we’ll try our best to answer them. #QuestionTuesday

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