• CACP Strategic Foresight Program
  • ICT 2022
  • Canadian Policing Wellness Check
  • CACP/MACP National Police Leadership Conference
  • Critical Incident Management

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Latest News

  1. On October 27, the CACP appeared before the House of Commons' Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security to present the CACP submission on Bill C-21 regarding firearms.
     
  2. On October 20, the CACP, the CPA and the CAPG issued a joint statement offering condolences and calling for support after the tragic murder of a fifth Canadian Officer in the line of duty.
     
  3. The Victims of Crime Committee has a new co-chair. RCMP District Commander Trevor Daroux is taking over for OPP Inspector Karen Arney who has stepped down from this role. We thank them both for their valuable contributions to our association.
     
  4. On October 7, the CACP's National Working Group - Supporting Victims of Terrorism, Mass Violence and Mass Casualty presented a joint written submission as part of a 'Victim Advocacy Coalition' to the Mass Casualty Commission.
     
  5. On October 5, the CACP appeared before the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs to present the CACP submission on Bill C-5 regarding the decriminalization for simple possession of illicit drugs, conditional sentences, and mandatory minimum penalties.
     
  6. The Social Justice sub-committee of the CACP's Policing with Indigenous Policing Committee produced a reference sheet providing situational awareness regarding the ongoing opposition to Coastal GasLink.
     
  7. The latest edition of CACP Connexions was published providing you key highlights from the CACP Board of Directors meeting on August 10.
     
  8. Statistics Canada released, in partnership with the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, the “Report and Draft Recommendations: Police-Reported Indigenous and Racialized Identity Statistics via the Uniform Crime Reporting Survey.
     
  9. On August 29, the CACP's National Working Group - Supporting Victims of Terrorism and Mass Violence (NWG) appeared before the Mass Casualty Commission to provide an overview of the work of the NWG, the Victim-Centred Framework, and the needs of victims, survivors, and families.
     
  10. The CACP supports the TNCO report on a Public Safety Broadband Network for Canada.

Upcoming Events


CACP On-Demand Webinar Series

08/05/21 - 12/31/22

CACP's On-Demand Webinar Series features some of our top programs, which have been recorded for you to view at your convenience. All the same valuable information that you've come to expect from CACP programming, but made available in a format that allows you to participate when and where suits you best.

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CACP Information and Technology Summit

12/04/22 - 12/07/22

Thriving in Disruption: Adapting – Innovating – Modernizing

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Canadian Policing Wellness Check

03/06/23 - 03/08/23

A Collaborative National Conference

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Media Updates


Joint Statement - Officers killed in the line of duty

The Presidents of the Canadian Police Association (CPA), the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), and the Canadian Association of Police Governance (CAPG) offer condolences and call for support after tragic murder of fifth Canadian officer

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News Release - Operation Impact 2022

Operation Impact 2022 is a national public awareness campaign focused on eliminating bad driving behaviours: impaired driving due to alcohol, drugs, or fatigue, as well as aggressive driving, distracted driving, and driving without a seatbelt

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News release: CACP Award of Excellence for Combating Organized Crime 2022

The CACP announces the winner of an award recognizing the contributions of individuals and/or teams who have exhibited excellence, innovation, and initiative to detect, disrupt, and dismantle criminal organizations.

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