New CACP membership benefit: Free access to the Municipal Information Network . Create your user account with the email domain of “@cacp.ca”.
The June Cannabis Legalization Update produced following the royal assent of Bills C-45 and C-46 is available in the CACP Members Only website, under Government Relations.
The CACP Drug Advisory Committee has developed a document summarizing the key considerations for supporting or not supporting a Supervised Consumption Site. Visit the CACP members-only website, under “Drug Advisory Committee”, to access it.
TELUS has launched their #EndBullying Campaign inviting all Canadians to take the TELUS Wise Digital Pledge. For every signature, TELUS will donate $1 to support #EndBullying programs for youth across Canada.
Public Safety Canada is calling for applications for time-limited funding in the form of grants and contributions through the National Crime Prevention Strategy.
Public Safety Canada has released the new National Cyber Security Strategy: Canada’s Vision for Security and Prosperity in the Digital Age.
The Government of Canada has issued a statement on the epidemic of opioid overdoses.
The Government of Canada has released the Summit on Gun and Gang Violence: Summary Report.
Statistics Canada has released the Adult and Youth Correctional Statistics in Canada Report (2016/2017)
The nomination deadline for the Rob Plunket Law Enforcement Torch Run Award is July 9th, 2018.
Chief Kimberley Greenwood is appointed President of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police.
The 2018 Spring/Summer edition of the Canadian Police Chief Magazine is now available.
Registration is now open for the Counter-Terrorism and National Security Forum.
Registration is now open for the COMGIC Educational Workshop 2018.
08/12/18 - 08/15/18
113th CACP Annual Conference
10/02/18 - 10/04/18
Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs - Organized Crime
10/16/18 - 10/17/18
The 2018 CTNS Forum will provide participants with: an understanding of the National Security Threat, the challenges associated with CT investigative efforts, and information on the four pillars – Prevent, Detect, Deny, and Respond.
On April 26, 2017 the CACP provided its latest update with regards to "Recommendtions Regarding the Collection of 'Unfounded' Incidents via the Uniform Crime Reporting System"
In October 2009, the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction developed a DRE Needs Assessment Model
With the impending legalization of cannabis, Canada's police services will be further challenged to ensure the safety of all Canadians on our roadways.