P-13.1, r. 2.01 - By-law respecting the internal discipline of members of the Sûreté du Québec

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2. Members of the Sûreté du Québec must behave in a dignified manner. To that end, they must refrain from any behaviour lacking in respect towards any person, adversely affecting the effectiveness or honour of the Sûreté or discrediting it.
The following in particular constitute breaches of discipline:
(1)  the use of obscene or insulting language;
(2)  misuse of authority, intimidation or harassment;
(3)  recourse to greater force than necessary to accomplish what they are ordered or permitted to do;
(4)  lack of respect and courtesy towards a person or a member;
(5)  causing a person to get into a vehicle of the Sûreté unless so permitted;
(6)  consorting or fraternizing without a satisfactory reason with persons they know to have a criminal reputation;
(7)  consuming alcoholic beverages in public without authorization while on duty, or in uniform whether on duty or not;
(8)  while on duty, being under the influence of alcoholic beverages, narcotics, hallucinogenic drugs, narcotic or anaesthetic preparations or any other substance capable of causing intoxication, weakening or disturbance of the faculties or unconsciousness;
(9)  keeping alcoholic beverages without authorization in a vehicle or on premises of the Sûreté;
(10)  drinking alcoholic beverages immoderately in a public place;
(11)  being dressed during working hours in a manner not complying with the instructions in force;
(12)  buying, selling or possessing narcotics or any similar product whose sale is prohibited or regulated, or being involved as intermediary in a transaction involving one of those substances, except where authorized by their superior within the scope of their duties.
O.C. 1076-2012, s. 2.