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Latest News

  1. The CACP Crime Prevention, Community Safety and Well-being Committee initiate an important online research project conducted by the University of New Brunswick as part of a broader research initiative on the police response to coercive control, risk assessment and evidence of intimate partner violence.  Complete the 15-minute coercive control online survey by February 28, 2022.
     
  2. The CACP publishes the CACP Membership Guide 2021-2022 available via the CACP members-only website.
     
  3. The CACP reached out to the Prime Minister as well as the federal ministers of Public Safety, Emergency Preparedness, Justice, Health, as well as Mental Heath and Addictions to advance CACP resolutions.
     
  4. The CACP publishes the Fall 2021 edition of the Canadian Police Chief Magazine.
     
  5. The CACP launches the If You See Something, Say Something® campaign to raise awareness about the indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, as well as the importance of reporting suspicious activity that may constitute a national security threat to law enforcement or security officials.
     
  6. Call for volunteers to serve as mentors for the Police Executive Membership Program. Send an expression of interest to arotenberg@cacp.ca.
     
  7. Chief Keith Blake (Tsuut'ina National Police Service) is selected to serve as a new co-chair of the Policing with Indigenous Peoples Committee.
     
  8. Dr. Stephen Maguire (Executive Director of the Centre on Values and Ethics and an Adjunct Research Professor in the Ethics and Public Affairs Doctoral Program at Carleton University) is selected to serve as a new co-chair of the Ethics Committee.
     
  9. The CACP introduces its new On-Demand Webinar Series.
     
  10. The CACP invites members to sign the Pledge of Reconciliation to commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

Upcoming Events


CACP On-Demand Webinar Series

08/05/21 - 12/31/22

CACP's On-Demand Webinar Series features some of our top programs, which have been recorded for you to view at your convenience. All the same valuable information that you've come to expect from CACP programming, but made available in a format that allows you to participate when and where suits you best.

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Training Seminar: Implementing the Canadian Framework for Collaborative Police Response on Sexual Violence

02/24/22 - 02/24/22

Virtual training seminar.

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CACP Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Conference

03/07/22 - 03/09/22

EVENT POSTPONED

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Media Updates


News release - If You See Something, Say Something® campaign

The CACP launched the "If You See Something, Say Something®" public awareness campaign to increase knowledge of the indicators of terrorism, to encourage vigilance, and to emphasize the importance of reporting suspicious activity.

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News release - Operation Impact 2021: Be a Hero. Aim for Zero.

Operation Impact is a national public awareness campaign aimed at making Canada's roads the safest in the world. By promoting safe driving behaviours, we hope to help prevent collisions, save lives, and reduce injuries.

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CACP Statement: Mandatory vaccination of police officers and the enforcement of vaccination passports

Many police services are contemplating operational decisions related to the mandatory vaccination of their police officers and the enforcement of vaccination passports being adopted by certain provinces and territories in the country.

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