• CACP Annual General Meeting
  • Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Conference
  • ICT 2022
  • 117th Annual Conference

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Latest News

  1. On June 30, the CACP issued a position statement on a proposed Automated Sequestering of Criminal Records System.
     
  2. On June 1, the CACP issued a statement on Bill C-21 (Firearms).
     
  3. On June 1, the CACP issued a statement on the exemption of the province of British Columbia to decriminalize possession of some illegal drugs for personal use.
     
  4. The Information and Communications Technology Committee elected a new co-chair. Superintendent Doug Ross, Director General of the RCMP's Canadian Police Information Centre, is replacing Ms. Deidra White from the Toronto Police Service.
     
  5. The CACP Electoral Commission has published its final report identifying the slate of candidatesto be elected to the CACP Board of Directors for the 2022–2023 term on July 25, during the CACP's Annual General Meeting. 
     
  6. Canada Road Safety Week took place from May 17 to 23, 2022 with the theme "Safer You. Safer Me."
     
  7. National Police Week took place from May 15 to 21, 2022 with the theme "Connected to our Communities".
     
  8. On May 13, Deputy Chief Constable Howard Chow (co-chair of the Law Amendments Committee) and Ms. Isabelle Massé (member of the Law Amendments Committee) appeared before the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs to present the CACP submission on Bill S-4 which focused on tele-warrants and fingerprinting. 
     
  9. On May 6, Deputy Director Rachel Huggins (co-chair of the Drug Advisory Committee) and Inspector Michael Rowe (member of the Law Amendments Committee) appeared before the House of Commons' Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights to present the CACP submission on Bill C-5 regarding the decriminalization for simple possession of illicit drugs, conditional sentences and mandatory minimum penalties.
     
  10. The Board of Directors met on March 29. Click here to access CACP Connexions, a summary of the motions approved during this meeting.

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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Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) Annual General Meetings

07/25/22 - 07/25/22

41st AGM of the CACP Research Foundation 117th AGM of the CACP

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117th CACP Annual Conference

08/07/22 - 08/09/22

Public Trust and Modern Policing

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Media Updates


CACP Statement - Bill C-21 - Firearms

The federal government has introduced an amended Bill C-21 to help reduce gun violence in Canada. The CACP agrees with the proposed changes of Bill C-21 in principle, but we must now focus on what these mean in practice.

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CACP Statement - Exemption of BC to decriminalize possession of illegal drugs

The CACP applauds this initiative as an evidence-based approach to determining whether decriminalization for simple possession of illicit drugs is a viable solution that can successfully be adopted in all regions of the country.

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CACP Statement: Supreme Court of Canada decision to strike down life without parole for mass murderers

The CACP continues to believe that the number of victims/lives taken must be a relevant factor in the sentencing of offenders who commit multiple murders.

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