As communities across Canada continue to address the ongoing challenges of COVID 19, the pandemic has just intensified the difficulties that were already being faced by the most marginalized among us, including those who are experiencing homelessness and precarious housing.
Caught in the eye of the storm is the Canadian policing community, torn between the duty to enforce lawfully enacted rules and the responsibility to protect the most vulnerable citizens of our communities, including those with no place to distance safely or to even take shelter safely during a curfew.
Please join us for a discussion with experts from across the country who will discuss and debate the complexities of the challenge confronting homeless Canadians, what the role of Canadian policing can be, as well as the emerging ideas and opportunities that lie in co-designing a better experience and better outcomes with and for everyone.
Founder of Ample Labs
Creators of the Chalmers App
Agent conseiller aux dossiers itinérance et LGBTQ2+
Division de la prévention et de la sécurité urbaine
Service de police de la Ville de Montréal
Sergeant Amanda Hoover
Durham Regional Police Service
Superintendent Kellie Morgan
Edmonton Police Service
Interim Director of Programming
Boyle Street Community Services
Senior UX Designer
Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2021
Time: 13:00 to 15:00 Eastern Time
Cost: $100/ person (plus applicable taxes)