National Police Week takes place from May 9 to 15, 2021. A toolkit has been developed to support your communications initiatives.
Canada Road Safety Week takes place from May 18 to 24, 2021. A toolkit has been developed to support your communications initiatives.
The CACP issues a statement on replica firearms.
Chief Constable Del Manak is sworn in on the CACP Board of Directors to represent the province of British Columbia.
The Research Advisory Committee releases their new SME Research Brief on Constable Scarecrow: Reducing Speeding Via Inanimate Police Presence.
The CACP and Canadian Police Association issue a joint statement advocating for police officers to be a priority on the COVID-19 vaccination list.
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.
06/30/21 - 06/30/21
Webinar - Familial Abuse and Human Trafficking: A Crime Against Children
08/09/21 - 08/09/21
40th AGM of the CACP Research Foundation 116th AGM of the CACP
08/23/21 - 08/24/21
116th CACP Virtual Annual Conference
This annual public awareness campaign focuses on eliminating behaviours that put drivers, passengers, pedestrians and other vulnerable road users at risk: impaired driving, distracted driving, aggressive driving, and not wearing a seatbelt.
The theme for National Police Week 2021 is “Working together to keep our communities safe” and we are celebrating our role and our pride in being an important public safety partner.
This statement expresses the CACP's support for the proposed legislative changes of Bill C-21 regarding replica guns, and provides an explanation of our public safety concerns related to imitation guns.