Paris: Modernization of National Police Human Resources

A unanimous protocol for the modernization of national police personnel.

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At the request of the President of the Republic, Interior Minister Gerald Dalmanin unanimously signed the future-backed historic protocol this morning by bringing together all nine trade union organizations representing various agencies of the National Police. The Interior Ministry’s Orientation and Programming Act (LOPMI 2022-2027) was submitted to the Council of Ministers on 16 March.
This Protocol is part of a continuation announced by the President of the Republic on September 14 at the end of the security work on Place Beauvau.
It is based on four pillars: (1) Upgrade of the most published features. (2) Strengthen management. (3) Consider movement rules to facilitate the placement of police officers on site. (4) Improve the quality of work of police officers.

At the same time, it makes two essential changes for the future of the national police black on white.

Begin discussions on increased working hours to increase its presence on public roads and to articulate future pension reforms.
Strong restrictions on movement to prevent certain areas from suddenly losing large numbers of labor.

During the LOPMI period, we can guarantee that funding by expanding measures totaling nearly € 733 million over a five-year period. Therefore, the government is pursuing that strategy. In short, most of the new resources are devoted to police materials and equipment.
In detail, the minister always wanted to better appreciate those who are exposed to the difficulties of public roads in the extension of Place Beauvau for security. A specific bonus of € 100 per month is created for this purpose. Night work allowances are tripled from up to € 100 to € 300. The CRS Temporary Absence Allowance (IJAT) will be increased in three stages: 1 euro on January 1, 2023, 1 euro on January 1, 2025, and 1 euro on January 1, 2027. .. € 15 on July 1, 2023 and € 15 on July 1, 2024.
Clarify the oversight grades of officers and peacekeepers (CEA) by integrating the first two grades of the corps, especially by upgrading the brigade leader and major grades. Beyond this new hierarchical distribution with higher management rates, CEA will benefit from higher indexes, resulting in higher rewards.
It creates specific hardship allowances for national police administration and technical staff to take into account the specific hardships they are exposed to. It was a strong commitment to increase agent rewards while counting their retirements.
He announced the establishment of a historical claim of “derogatory status” for scientific police personnel. [suppression du T de police Technique et scientifique] Therefore, they will benefit from statutory measures that fit the reality of their profession and mission.
The Protocol contains new measures in favor of the research department. The revaluation of the OPJ bonus from January 1, 2023 will increase from € 1300 to € 1500 per year, creating the function of a new professional police police investigation assistant. Personnel specially trained and recognized to perform new duties.
The government has also taken care to continue its efforts to promote staff mobility. After administrative and technical staff, temporary transfer allowances are extended to forensic officers, police officers and commissioners. Housing allowances are tested for certain commissioner posts that are difficult to fill out. However, mobility must be organized and service activities must not be interrupted. This is why departure caps are introduced for services that are under pressure in terms of staff. In addition, to strengthen the loyalty system, the scale of loyalty compensation applied in Ile de France will be expanded to officers and guards.
The Protocol is also an opportunity to reaffirm the benefits of the travel and protection system and the purpose of complete free access to domestic railways from 1 January 2023. Of course, it also contributes to securing transportation.
Finally, the Protocol contains important steps in terms of improving the quality of life at work. Again, we will expand and expand the actions taken for five years, absorb the significant delays of the National Police in this area and take significant action. The need for legitimate support for agencies: increasing childcare solutions, establishing a “labor-management council” equivalent, etc.
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For equality, an equivalent protocol will soon be signed with representatives of the National Gendarmerie.