14 (1) In addition to the duties set out in the Act, it is the duty of members who are peace officers to
(a) enforce all Acts of Parliament and regulations and render assistance to departments of the Government of Canada as the Minister directs;
(e) protect, inside or outside Canada, whether or not there is an imminent threat to their security,
(v) any other Canadian citizen or permanent resident, as defined in subsection 2(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, who is designated by the Minister for the period designated by the Minister;
(f) protect, inside Canada, whether or not there is an imminent threat to their security,
(i) any person who qualifies as an internationally protected person , as defined in section 2 of the Criminal Code, and
32 (1) Members are to be issued, free of charge, articles of clothing, kit and other materiel as the Commissioner considers necessary.
(3) Every member must, upon release from special duty or special assignment or upon ceasing to be a member of the Force, or as otherwise directed by the Commissioner, return to the Force all articles of clothing and kit, other than articles of clothing and kit condemned in accordance with the Force’s policy, or articles of clothing and kit purchased by the member.
(4) The Commissioner may designate classes of members who are to be paid an allowance as fixed by Treasury Board for the purchase and care of any articles of clothing, kit and other materiel approved by the Commissioner.
57.1 The following definitions apply in this section and in sections 57.2 to 57.4.
victim services organization means an organization that
(a) is certified by the director or manager of victim services in the province in which it operates as complying with that province’s requirements in respect of security clearances and the handling, transmission, transportation, storage and destruction of personal information; and
(b) is recognized by the Commanding Officer of the division of the Force that is located in that province as an organization that may receive information for the purposes of section 57.2, having regard to the provincial certification referred to in paragraph (a) and any other information about the organization of which the Commanding Officer may have become aware in the course of the performance of his or her duties in that province. (organisme d’aide aux victimes)
(2) Grants may be made out of the Benefit Trust Fund for the purpose of
(h) covering the costs of improving and maintaining real property or immovables within Canada used as recreational areas by members, former members, spouses or common-law partners and their dependants;
(4) A grant may be made out of the Benefit Trust Fund for the purpose of acquiring real property or immovables within Canada to be used as recreational areas by members, former members, spouses or common-law partners and their dependants.