This page contains a variety of member tools and resources specific to your individual component.
C1 COVID-19 bulletins:
- 14 Day Waiting Period after International Travel
- Component 1 (Adult Custody, Sheriffs, Youth Custody) - 40 Hour Work Week - February 17, 2021
- Component 1 (Corrections) - FRCC Members Refuse Unsafe Work: Correctional Officers Still at Risk - Jan 26, 2021
- Component 1 (Adult Corrections) - Voluntary COVID Screening For Symptomatic - Dec 22, 2020
- Component 1 (Sheriffs) COVID-19 Update - Dec 9, 2020
- Component 1(Sheriffs) A message of support & solidarity to sheriffs- Dec 2, 2020
- Component 1 (Sheriffs) COVID-19 Update: Right to Refuse Unsafe Work- Nov 20, 2020
- Component 1 (Sheriffs) Update: COVID-19 Risk Assessment & Exposure Control Plan - June 12, 2020
- Component 1 Update (Sheriffs): May 29, 2020
- Component 1 Update: Pandemic Pay for Corrections & Sheriffs- May 19, 2020
- Component 1 Update: May 15, 2020
- Provincial Officer Safety (COVID-19) Risk Assessment - May 8, 2020
- New Process - COVID screening for symptomatic employee - May 5, 2020
Component 1 Covid19 Update: New mitigation measures re masks - April 24, 2020
- Component 1 members update on the most current issues around COVID-19 - April 9, 2020
- First confirmed case of COVID-19 - April 2, 2020
- Component 1 Update - March 27, 2020
- Remember your right to refuse unsafe work - March 16, 2020
Occupational Health & Safety and WCB
WCB 2012-2013 Correctional Centre site inspections and written orders
WCB 2016 Correctional Centre KRCC, VIRCC, NFPC & SPSC site inspections and written orders.
Bargaining MOU'S, MOA'S, Letters (Not in the Component or Master Agreement)
Part-time Regular (PTR) Agreements
Component 1 Memorandum of Understandings and Memorandum of Agreements
Functional Work Group Agreements for Substitution in Adult Corrections
Hours of Work
Classification and Component 1 Benchmarks
Reports and Surveys
Neil Boyd Surveys
Neil Boyd is a professor and criminologist at Simon Fraser University. He conducted these studies for the Component. Click to download PDF versions of these surveys, which examine the practices and conditions of corrections and deputy sheriffs in British Colombia, and how they affect corrections officers, deputy sheriffs, the inmates and the public.
Report Card on the Criminal Justice System #2 (March 2018)
2015 BC Corrections Count Projections
Public Services Foundation - Crisis in Correctional Services (April 2015)
United Nations: Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners
Auditor General: Audit of the Adult Custody Division's Correctional Facilities and Programs (January 2015)
Throness Report: Standing Against Violence - A Safety Review of BC Corrections (2014)
Justice Denied: The Causes of B.C.’s Criminal Justice System Crisis (BCCLA 2012)
Justice Delayed: A Report of the Provincial Court of British Columbia Concerning Judicial Resources (2010)
PTSD in Corrections (2003)
Corrections and Sheriffs Provincial Joint Union/Management 3.1 Meetings
Meeting minutes - You will need a My BCGEU member account to view these minutes. Don't have one? You can sign up here.
Article 29 Committees
Article 29 Committees are established under the collective agreement between the BCGEU and the BC Public Service Agency.
The committees deal with non-bargaining matters such as workplace issues causing grievances and misunderstandings. The committees make recommendations to the union and employer.
Article 29 Committee List
If you have an issue that you think should be dealt with at the committee please contact the union representative in the Committee List below.
Article 29 Minutes
To view Article 29 minutes relevant to your component, please click on the sector below:
To view Article 29 minutes for all other components and sectors, please click on the link below:
STIIP, LTD, STO2
Shop Steward Information
Click links below to download PDF versions of recent coroner's verdicts affecting Component 1 members.
Public Exit Survey
The BCGEU is seeking essential information on why members are leaving or changing public service jobs with the B.C. Government. We believe your responses will help us better serve our membership.