Don’t just join the CACP, become actively involved in your professional association. To get the most out of your membership, you are invited to share your knowledge, experience, insight, and competencies with others. You can help define and evolve police leadership in Canada.
- Serve as a member of the Board of Directors: Help define the priorities, guide the efforts and steer the initiatives of the CACP. To become a leader among leaders, familiarize yourself with the roles and responsibilities of a Director and complete the nomination process.
- Serve as a member or Co-Chair of a committee: Help develop the resources (e.g. policies, standards, advocacy, strategies, training, checklists, etc.) related to a specific policing or police leadership priority in Canada. The CACP has over 20 active committees dedicated to dealing with a wide range of issues important to public safety and security and to improving Canadian policing and the criminal justice system. Express your interest in joining a committee today.
- Serve as a CACP Ambassador: Represent the CACP as a guest speaker at a conference, as an official spokesperson for the media, and/or as a CACP subject matter expert in partner initiatives. Be a champion of CACP priorities in your respective police service and in your community. To volunteer your services, send your expression of interest to email@example.com.
- Serve as a guest contributor/author: Produce articles or blogs to be published in the CACP’s professional publications, on its website, and/or on its social media channels. Help keep your fellow members informed of new issues and opportunities, successful trends and approaches and/or lessons learned. To volunteer your services, send your proposed ideas and/or content to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Attend and actively participate in conferences and events: Enhance your competencies and credibility in order to advance your career. The CACP organizes a number of conferences and workshops across the country, throughout the year. Some events are delivered by the CACP on its own, while others are done in partnership with other credible organizations. See which upcoming Conferences & Events might be of interest to you.