News release: The CACP membership adopts four new resolutions in 2022

    07/25/22 - 07/25/27

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    July 25, 2022

    The CACP membership adopts four new resolutions

    OTTAWA, ONTARIO – Today, during the Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), the membership accepted four (4) new resolutions submitted by CACP general and special purpose committees.

    Resolutions generally consist of a request to a government ministry to create or amend legislation, an outline of a position of the association, a statement or belief of the association, a course of action, a formal statement of a decision or expression of opinion, and/or a formal expression of intention.

    The following resolutions were approved by the membership:

    • Resolution 2022-01: Support the Creation of a Canadian Centre for Policing Intimate Partner Violence
    • Resolution 2022-02: Mandatory Wear of Lifejackets or Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) While in Vessels Under 6 Meters    
    • Resolution 2022-03: Development of a Trauma-Informed Framework for Police Services to Support Victims of Crime
    • Resolution 2022-04: Mandatory Tracing of Crime Guns Across Canada


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    Natalie Wright
    Communications Advisor


    The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police was established in 1905 and represents approximately 1,300 police leaders from federal, First Nations, provincial, regional, and municipal, transportation and military police services across Canada.