The CACP joined the RCMP, Public Safety Canada and the Canadian Police Knowledge Network in an initial meeting to discuss the massive collective and collaborative effort to develop a cannabis training package to be rolled out to 65,000 officers across Canada. Stay tuned to learn more about this in the coming weeks.
CACP members have until the deadline of April 30th, 2018 to submit resolutions for the consideration and approval of the CACP Board of Directors.
As part of the ongoing evaluation activities related to the Federal Victims Strategy, the Department of Justice Canada is conducting a survey of criminal justice professionals (police, Crown and victim service providers) to identify the changes in attitudes, knowledge and perceptions regarding the role of victims in the criminal justice system. You have until March 12, 2018 to complete the questionnaire.
New police leadership appointments: Congratulations to Troy Cooper on being sworn in as the Chief of Police of the Saskatoon Police Service and to Robert Walsh on being appointed the new Deputy Chief of the Cape Breton Regional Police Service.
The Government of Canada published the results of the consultative process on Expanding Canada’s Toolkit to Address Corporate Wrongdoing as well as a discussion paper on the Deferred Prosecution Agreement Stream.
The CACP has launched a new CACP/ACCP app designed to provide you with information regarding the association as well as direct access to CACP conference and event registration and program details. Download the free app today!
03/26/18 - 03/29/18
To inform, train, and share information on Gangs, drugs and Gang-Related murders.
04/23/18 - 04/25/18
This conference offers a timely and important opportunity to set the right course for the growing application of advanced data analytics.
08/12/18 - 08/15/18
113th CACP Annual Conference
On February 27, 2018 Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled the Trudeau government's third federal budget.
C-46 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (offences relating to conveyances) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
Reality Crashes for Teens and Parents