President of the CACP, Chief Clive Weighill discusses the 'grey zone' that exists as Canadians wait for the government to legalize marijuana http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2683458868
"The Dollars and Sense of Policing, Public Safety & Well Being in Your Community" is a summary of the complexities and issues faced by police leaders today and the factors driving the demand for police services. Police leaders, elected officials and policy makers, and interested members of the public may wish to refer to this document when discussing police issues.
As a precursor to the Canadian Community Safety Information Management Strategy (CCSIMS), and led by the CACP Information and Communications Technology Committee, an IDC Canada study was funded by the Canadian Safety and Security Program (CSSP). The objective of this study was to develop a common understanding of Canadian law enforcement's major investigative and operational systems (local, regional, provincial and federal levels) and to develop a common vision towards improved interoperability.
The Canadian Community Safety Information Management Strategy (CCSIMS) is a strategic document that sets goals and identifies key national priorities to enhance governance, planning, technology, training and exercises to promote information management in Canada. The CCSIMS, through its Action Plans, provides a series of action items, including milestones, to help emergency responders and relevant government officials make measurable improvements in day-to-day operations, as well as emergency communications, on an annual basis.
Are you concerned about Cyber Security matters? The IACP has supplied an educational site for Chiefs www.iacpcybercenter.org
Media Release - Friday June 19th
The new CACP website has been launched and it should provide much better access to the information you need. We will provide better currency of information because it is now much easier to update the website with articles and pictures. We have also provided expanded capabilities for all the CACP committees so that all documents and work can be done within the CACP website. Please take some time and browse through our new website – we know you will find it easy to use. Member information can be found once you sign in as a member.
The CACP is warning the Public of a “Scareware” Scam. The warning message uses the CACP name and directs the recipient to pay a ”fine”. This is a SCAM. For more information and tips to protect your computer please CACP Warning Of Scam…
09/25/16 - 09/27/16
What Happens There Matters Here - Policing and Community Safety in an Increasingly Globalized World
11/16/16 - 11/17/16
The 2016 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.
11/27/16 - 11/30/16
Join us for Canada’s premiere communications interoperability event from November 27 to 30, 2016 in Vancouver. The Tenth Canadian Public Safety Interoperability Workshop, widely known as CITIG 10, will again break new ground on key voice and data interoperability issues facing today’s public safety sector. The focus on information exchange, topic-specific discussion and interactive break-outs aims to support and promote the transfer of best practices and experience, and the development of a more unified approach to public safety interoperability across the country, between nations, and interna
The CACP Board of Directors enthusiasticly approved the recommendation of the CACP Crime Prevention, Community Safety and Wellbeing Committee
The CACP wrapped-up their 111th National Conference in Ottawa, Ontario today and thanked their hosts, the Ottawa Police Service for their outstanding program and hospitality
Discusses Key Priorities, Resolutions Adopted by the CACP; IACP President Speaks to Challenges of Collecting Electronic Evidence