Raise police and public awareness about the impact and realities of international issues and achieve progressive change in policing and community safety by looking for opportunities for enhanced quality, coordination, advocacy, research and knowledge exchange to inform, guide and influence police and policy leaders in Canada and abroad.
- Encourage and facilitate communications among members of the Committee, the CACP and CACP Board of Directors regarding international policing practices, issues and trends.
- Recognize best practices of Canadian law enforcement personnel through the International Policing Award.
- Support the CACP’s Global Studies Program.
- Address international policing issues as identified and instructed by the CACP Board of Directors and membership.
Director General Liam Price