The Committee is to address the needs of the Canadian law enforcement community in combating organized crime. Governed by the imperative of public safety security and quality of life impacting all citizens of Canada and their communities, the CACP Organized Crime Committee (OCC) promotes innovative law enforcement strategies and contributes to public policy and legislative change as a meaningful partner to the safety and security of Canadians and international partners.
- To explore, evaluate and promote innovative law enforcement initiatives against organized crime through leadership in both national and international levels, through:
- best practice/training,
- legislative/police reform,
- International partnerships/trends,
- ensuring public awareness, and
- addressing gaps and barriers.
- Enhance public communications, awareness and education through advocacy with regard to policy and legislation.
- Promote policy development and action against organized crime.
- Forge partnerships and model action plans to guide a unified law enforcement response to the threat of organized crime in Canada.
- Reduce the threat and impact of organized crime.
Chief Superintendent Claude Castonguay and Superintendent Chris Renwick