The 2018-2019 Main Estimates for the Parliamentary Protective Service total $91.1 million.
The Service employs approximately 600 people, including both operational and non-operational staff, and excluding members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who are on assignment with the Service. Since it was established in June 2015 as a parliamentary entity, the Service has dedicated its resources and efforts to ensure the interoperability of the former parliamentary security groups.
We have achieved interoperability in a number of sectors, such as intelligence, training, event planning and operational communications. The Service has begun stabilizing its administration and continues to make security enhancements on Parliament Hill and within the Parliamentary Precinct to ensure the safety and security of the Parliament of Canada.