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    International Committee


    Mandate

    Inform and advise the CACP’s Board of Directors and its members on best practices in policing from across the world to improve Canadian policing practices.

    Objectives

    1. Encourage and facilitate communications among members of the Committee, the CACP and CACP Board of Directors regarding international policing practices, issues and trends.
    2. Recognize best practices of Canadian law enforcement personnel through the International Policing Award.
    3. Support the CACP’s Global Studies Program.
    4. Address international policing issues as identified and instructed by the CACP Board of Directors and membership.

    Significant Accomplishments 2017-2018

    • Conceived and contributed to the development and posting of The Canadian police in peacekeeping missions: Domestic benefits video, intended for government administrations, oversight bodies and municipal Police Commissions.
    • Coordinated the 2017 International Policing Award to highlight best practices of Canadian policing in international contexts.
    • Supported the CACP Executive Global Studies program.

    Initiatives Planned for 2019

    • Continue to provide expertise and support to the Global Studies program; support the development of a long-term vision for program development and support that includes structure, support levels, and succession planning; and identify potential topics of research and professional development themes.
    • Encourage and facilitate communications among Committee members, their stakeholders, and the CACP through the development and delivery of an “Interpol 101” to increase knowledge and effective use of this international resource.
    • Expand membership of the International Committee.
    • Share “Lessons Learned” including evolving roles and responsibilities of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police LO program to all Committee members to ensure optimal use of the program. 
    • Recognize best practices of Canadian law enforcement personnel through promotion and administration of the International Policing Award.
    • Address international policing issues as identified and instructed by the CACP Board of Directors and membership.
    • Examine the findings of the national gender barrier survey in international peace operations to identify policy options to increase women’s participation in peace operations.


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