The CACP issues a statement on Bill C-22 addressing systemic discrimination, disproportionate representation, and simple possession of illicit drugs.
The CACP appears before the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights to present its statement on Bill C-247 on coercive control.
The CACP issues a statement on Bill C-21 pertaining to firearms.
The CACP invites all police services to adopt and implement the new Child Search Network being made available free of charge by the Missing Children Society of Canada to support all high-risk missing children investigations in Canada.
The CACP issues an apology to Canada's 2SLGBTQ+ community.
The CACP publishes the Toolkit on Equity and Inclusion: Supporting the 2SLGBTQ+ Community.
The CACP publishes its special edition magazine on The Future of Policing.
03/24/21 - 03/24/21
NG9-1-1 – Your Efforts to Ensure 9-1-1 Continuity & Innovation in Your Community
03/25/21 - 03/25/21
Trauma Informed Policing: Understanding The Neurobiology of Trauma
03/30/21 - 03/30/21
Webinar - Human Trafficking of Boys and Men: Strategies for Culturally Relevant Engagement
The new Child Search Network is a national system designed to meet the ‘gap of response’ for high-risk missing children cases that do not meet the strict criteria for the AMBER Alert. It will help support and accelerate missing children investigations.
On February 18, 2021, the federal government of Canada issued a news release announcing Bill C-22 on systemic discrimination, disproportionate representation and simple possession of illicit drugs. This post represents the CACP's statement on Bill C-22.
The CACP appeared before the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights to present a CACP submission on Bill C-247 - An Act to amend the Criminal Code (controlling or coercive conduct).