• Police Executive Mentorship Program
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Latest News

  1. On May 17, the CACP appeared before the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs to present a CACP Statement on section 509 of Bill C-47 pertaining to the Canada Post Corporation Act
  2. On May 16, we issued a CACP Statement in support of Bill C-48 on bail reform. 
  3. The CACP led National Police Week from May 14 to 20 with the theme "Committed to Serve" and the Canada Road Safety Week public awareness campaign from May 16 to 22 with the theme "Take the Wheel". 
  4. The Drug Advisory Committee welcomed Deputy Chief Fiona Wilson in the position of co-chair of the committee as the Chief of the Abbotsford Police Department Chief Mike Serr stepped down from this position.
  5. On April 28, the CACP participated in the 2023 Canada-U.S. Cross-Border Crime Forum.
  6. The Use of Force Advisory Committee appointed a new co-chair in the person of Superintendent Thomas Walker of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He joins Deputy Chief Robert Johnson of the Toronto Police Service.
  7. The Organized Crime Committee welcomed two new co-chairs: Chief Superintendent Paul Mackey from the Ontario Provincial Police and Chief Superintendent Matt Peggs from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
  8. On April 4 we issued a CACP statement about our request for a meeting with the Council of the Federation of provincial and territorial Premiers to discuss several urgent and emerging issues surrounding violence and policing in Canada. This meeting took place on April 20, leading to the issue of a second CACP statement about the discussions on public safety and policing. 
  9. The Psychological Services Committee appointed a second co-chair in the person of Dr. Randy Mackoff of the Vancouver Police Department who joins Dr. Kyle Handley of the York Regional Police Service. 
  10. On March 30, the CACP inducted Chief Superintendent Sydney Lecky from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to the Board of Directors as the Director representing Canada's Northern Territories.
  11. On March 9, the CACP appeared before the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs to present the CACP submission on Bill S-212 related to the Criminal Records Act.
  12. The Research Advisory Committee welcomed Deputy Chief Devin Laforce of the Edmonton Police Service as a new co-chair replacing Chief Neil Dubord of the Delta Police Department. 

Upcoming Events

118th CACP Annual Summit

08/20/23 - 08/22/23

118th CACP Annual Summit


COMGIC – Educational Workshop

10/03/23 - 10/05/23

Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs - A Culture of Violence


CACP Counter-Terrorism and National Security Forum 2023

10/18/23 - 10/19/23

CTNS National Forum


Media Updates

CACP Statement: National Day Against Gun Violence

On June 1, 2023, the federal government of Canada proclaimed that the first Friday of June shall be designated the National Day Against Gun Violence.


CACP Statement: Bill C-48 on Bail Reform

Canada's police leaders welcome and support bill C-48 on bail reform to help eliminate the preventable harm and senseless tragedies attributable to violent and repeat offenders across Canada.


News release: Canada Road Safety Week 2023

Canada Road Safety Week is a 7-day national campaign aimed at eliminating impaired driving, distracted driving, aggressive driving, and driving without a seatbelt to make Canada's roads the safest in the world.