32ND Annual CAPG Conference

32ND Annual CAPG Conference

32ND ANNUAL CAPG CONFERENCE
REIMAGINING COMMUNITY SAFETY AND WELLBEING: INSPIRING CHANGE


September 28th – 30th, 2021

Canada’s only national Police Governance conference

CAPG/FNPGC 2021 Agenda | Register Now!

The CAPG Conference is the leading event in the Police Governance sector. Hosted by the Ottawa Police Services Board and now entering its 32nd year, the Annual CAPG Conference is held over a three-day period during which delegates are encouraged to network, discuss, engage, and discover the rich community we continue to foster.

The events of the last year have left an indelible mark on municipalities across the nation. The pandemic has dramatically changed how communities function and reform demands for policing have only gotten stronger, making it more important than ever that we seek out new modes of operation. In our capacity as change-makers, how can we draw from the lessons learned by other communities to address the complex challenges we face on our own? The 2021 CAPG Conference offers you a unique opportunity to answer this question as well as collaborate with familiar voices of experience and emerging thought leaders in the field of Policing and Police Governance. Stay prepared for the challenges ahead by learning the tools and skills you need to inspire meaningful change in your community.

Among the topics to be covered:

Reimagining Community Safety
Mobilizing Municipalities
Unconscious Bias
Indigenous Relations
Decriminalization
Deescalation and Harm Reduction
FEATURED SPEAKERS:

Devon Clunis, Inspector General of Policing, Ontario; Dr. Alina Turner, CEO, HelpSeeker & University of Calgary, School of Public Policy; Chief Dale McFee, Edmonton Police Service; Jacqueline Edwards, Association of Black Law Enforcement (A.B.L.E.); Tom Stamatakis, President, Canadian Police Association, Chief Bryan Larkin, President, Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police; Deputy Chief Steve Bell, Ottawa Police Services; Chair Diane Deans, Ottawa Police Services Board

PRICING:

Prices are per organization. Up to 10 organization members may attend under a single registration.

Full Conference (including FNPGC) – CAPG Members: $850 | Non-Members: $1,050
CAPG Conference only – CAPG Members: $700 | Non-Members: $900
FNPGC Conference only – CAPG Members or First Nations: $300 | Non-Members/First Nations: $500
7ᴛʜ ANNUAL FNPGC CONFERENCE
PEACEKEEPING IN FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITIES: GOVERNING FOR COMMUNITY SAFETY, WELLBEING AND GOOD RELATIONS


Monday, September 27, 2021

CAPG/FNPGC 2021 Agenda | Register Now!

 

The First Nations Police Governance Council (FNPGC) was established in 2014 by directors and members of the Canadian Association of Police Governance (CAPG). With a primary focus on building capacity, the FNPGC has developed a national conference for self-administered First Nations Police Governance Authorities, Commissions and Community Consultative Committees.

This one-day event is traditionally held the day before the CAPG Conference and is offered at a discount to CAPG attendees, with an additional price adjustment for CAPG members and First Nations participants.

This year’s speakers and panellists include Chair Dan Bellegarde, FNPGC and Board of Police Commissioners at File Hills First Nations Police Service; Dr. Nicholas (Nick) A. Jones, Associate Professor in the Department of Justice Studies at the University of Regina; Vice-Chair Debbie Boushey of the Anishinabek Police Services Board; and Julian N. Falconer, Principal of Falconers LLP, as well as participants from Public Safety Canada, First Nations Policing Program (FNPP), Assembly of First Nations (AFN), and ON FN Police Governance.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

FNPGC Public Safety Project
Sustainable Staffing
First Nations Policing Program
Officer Wellness & The Opioid Crisis
Systemic Racism in Policing
Establishing Self-Administered Police Services

 

12th Annual Law of Policing Conference

November 8 – 9, 2021 (PST) | Virtual Conference

 

Police agencies are being held to a higher account. As public mistrust continues to grow, so does the number of complaints against officers and agencies, from allegations of negligent investigations to racial profiling. As well, there is greater demand for transparency in the complaint process, with increased calls for access to information on discipline and conduct proceedings. Does your police agency have the resources and strategy to address and reduce complaints?

Don’t miss The Canadian Institute’s 12th Annual Law of Policing Conference, Western Edition, taking place virtually on November 8-9, 2021 where experts will delve into legislative updates, precedent-setting cases, police liability and the most critical updates affecting law enforcement professional standards in Canada.

THIS YEAR’S HIGHLIGHTS include:

Top Trends and Action Points for Handling Public Complaints and Misconduct Offences
How to Manage Employee Performance and When to Escalate to a Discipline Investigation
Civil Liability Exposure of Cities: Year in Review of Top Cases and Need-to-Know Development
Preserving the Integrity of Digital Evidence Management Prior to Courtroom Proceedings
Preparing to Testify in Court: Real-World Tips and Traps to Avoid
Join two days of balanced perspectives on the most pressing issues facing police services, police associations, police boards, independent police oversight agencies, and their counsel. Hear from a distinguished and diverse faculty of speakers as they provide practical solutions and optimal tools for your organization.

View the Full Agenda & List of Distinguished Speakers and Register Today. CAPG Members SAVE 10%! Mention code: D10-372-372IX03 when registering.

CPD Accreditation Available.

Online: https://bit.ly/3Aa381Q

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Phone: 1-877-927-7936

For more information, please visit:

https://capg.ca/upcoming-conferences/

 


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