• ICT 2022

CACP Information and Technology Summit


Due to ongoing restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the health and wellness of all of our participants is first and foremost in the mind of the CACP. The CACP National Office has made the official decision to POSTPONE the CACP Information and Technology Summit to a later date.  We are currently in negotiations with the hotel to determine what the new set of dates will be and once this is confirmed we will communicate this information with you.

Thank you for your patience and understanding and we hope to have more information for you in the near future,

CACP events Team


Thriving in Disruption:
Adapting – Innovating – Modernizing

**Please note summit sessions will only be offered in English**

Summit Objectives

  • Discover who the NG9-1-1 leaders are at this time, and learn their tips for success
  • Enhance your cyber security awareness by hearing about real-world attacks and best practices to prevent them
  • Visualize the future of key processes like court disclosure and electronic notetaking and learn steps to minimize the effort involved for your organization
  • Be informed of first responder issues in the specialized Public Safety Interoperability stream including public alerting and how PSBN will impact your mobile capabilities
  • Participate in an effort to create a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) tool to eliminate unnecessary PIAs
  • Understand Cloud technologies (national policy update), mobile technologies to connect officers, technologies to enhance officer wellness and health, and cautions in using emerging technologies
  • Enhance your information management direction by learning about the importance of race-based data collection and its impact on your organization
  • Acquire toolkits and takeaways to help you on your journey to success
  • See how organizations are using a Change Management Office to better manage the myriad of demands and impacts on our organizations


Target Audience

The CACP Information and Technology Summit will focus on a broad agenda of police information and technology issues, as well as a full stream of subjects related to the tri-services and interoperability, in lieu of a CITIG conference.

Public safety leaders, practitioners & I.T. leadership from:

  • Police
  • Other first responder community members
  • Public Safety Answering Points
  • Justice
  • Law enforcement agencies
  • Government agencies (federal, provincial, territorial, municipal)
  • Academic and research institutions
  • Industry