CACP Information and Technology Summit

    Thriving in Disruption:

    Adapting – Innovating – Modernizing


    Click here for full program

    **Please note summit sessions will only be offered in English**

    Summit Objectives

    • Discover who the NG9-1-1 leaders are at this time, and learn their tips for success
    • Enhance your cyber security awareness by hearing about real-world attacks and best practices to prevent them
    • Visualize the future of key processes like court disclosure and electronic notetaking and learn steps to minimize the effort involved for your organization
    • Be informed of first responder issues in the specialized Public Safety Interoperability stream including public alerting and how PSBN will impact your mobile capabilities
    • Participate in an effort to create a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) tool to eliminate unnecessary PIAs
    • Understand Cloud technologies (national policy update), mobile technologies to connect officers, technologies to enhance officer wellness and health, and cautions in using emerging technologies
    • Enhance your information management direction by learning about the importance of race-based data collection and its impact on your organization
    • Acquire toolkits and takeaways to help you on your journey to success
    • See how organizations are using a Change Management Office to better manage the myriad of demands and impacts on our organizations


    Target Audience

    The CACP Information and Technology Summit will focus on a broad agenda of police information and technology issues, as well as a full stream of subjects related to the tri-services and interoperability, in lieu of a CITIG conference.

    Public safety leaders, practitioners & I.T. leadership from:

    • Police
    • Other first responder community members
    • Public Safety Answering Points
    • Justice
    • Law enforcement agencies
    • Government agencies (federal, provincial, territorial, municipal)
    • Academic and research institutions
    • Industry