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Physical, tactical and problem solving skills are not enough.  There is increased understanding that it is part of a police officer's responsibility to

build rapport - demonstrate empathy - listen actively - respond compassionately

Nancy McNaughton PhD, Professor University of Toronto 2022

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The Future of Canadian Policing

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APRIL

Why do Commission  & Inquiry Recommendations never get acted upon? Can we close the performance loop in the aftermath of the Mass Casualty Commission report?


presenters to be announced

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Recording available to members & registrants

Webinar 1

The Future of Canadian  Policing

Panel members

Kent Roach QC, Professor of Law, UToronto

Chief Evan Bray, Regina Police Service

Michael Kempa PhD, Criminology Professor, UOttawa

Moderator:  Devon Clunis, frmr Insp. General of Police

Concluded

Recording available to members and registrants

Webinar 2

Current Concepts for Police Education and Professional Development

Concluded

Recording available to members & registrants by Wednesday Jan18th

Jill Parker M.Ed MSW, retired police officer, Counsellor,  Moderator

Renae Stevenson MA CMPT, retired police officer, Clinical Counsellor

Dan Jones  M.Crim (Cantab) retired inspector, PhD Candidate

Leisa Shea MA MC retired police officer, Clinical Counsellor, Instructor



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Webinar 3

Indigenous Policing in Canada

Issues and Successes

ChatGPT was asked to describe police reform. 

This is the result.  We graded the report as barely a pass.  It is missing TWO important elements of police reform.  Can you identify them?

(Answer is posted on the membership subscription page.)


Our Vision

Canadian policing is recognized for service to the public through its adherence to best in class standards of evidence-based education of police recruits and professional development of officers.

National standards for training are adopted across Canada.  The College's national officer certification criteria are universally adopted.

OUR MISSION

To achieve the creation of the Canadian College of Professional Policing through the education of community representatives, police practitioners, academics and government officials. 

  • To educate Canadians about police training, standards of training and professional practice  

  • To impart that education using knowledgeable presentations by scholars and qualified experts applying best principles of adult education

  • To continually assess and improve our training methods

Who Are We?

The Coalition for Canadian Police Reform is Canadian Registered Charity. Our goal is to educate Canadians about the need for professionalization of policing through national standards and a 21st Century curriculum.

There is overwhelming evidence of a need for transformation in how police officers in Canada are educated and trained.   We bring together relevant stakeholders – citizens representing all parts of Canada and representing the diversity of our nation, police, researchers and politicians  – to discuss what police officers need to know to effectively police in the 21st century.  We believe that citizens reflecting the diversity of Canada should have a part to play in the police recruit curriculum.

We are NOT about defunding.  

VOLUNTEER!

Social Media Volunteer to post on one of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn

Website Manager Volunteer

Corporate Secretary Volunteer:  Do simple minutes for the Board Meetings 4x per year

FILLED with 3 new volunteers:  Current News Volunteer: Scrape the net for policing articles

If you are a University student, check out Riipen.com for Level Up postings by C-CPR.

Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We can't accomplish anything without your help.

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