Canadian policing is recognized for service to the public through its adherence to best-in-class standards of evidence based training and education for police recruits and officers.
The College's new certification standards are adopted across Canada.
To achieve the creation of the Canadian College of Professional Policing through the support of community representatives, police practitioners, academics and government officials.
FIRST ANNUAL COALITION FOR CANADIAN POLICE REFORM CONFERENCE
The Conference was truly a high note for everyone involved! The superb Reboot Communications platform provided superb high definition video and sound.
By the numbers: speakers 15; attendees about 85; New members during the conference 4
We now have members from coast to coast excepting NB, PEI and Newfoundland
One retired Justice joined
A police sergeant said:
"I’m a 16 year police Sgt. who has been advocating for police reform and drug policy reform for 10 years."
Another former officer is a Certified Mindfulness Teacher and a Resilience Researcher for Trauma Professionals.
Another officer, retired after 19 years stated:
"Would like to see police reform for the benefit of citizens and officers."
The Coalition for Canadian Police Reform is incorporated in Canada as a non-profit. Our goal is to educate Canadians about the professionalization of policing, and elevate policing within Canada.
We are a group of concerned individuals who believe there is overwhelming evidence of a need for transformation in how police officers in Canada are educated and trained. We are bringing together relevant stakeholders – community members, police, researchers, and politicians – to talk about what police officers need to know to effectively police in the 21st century. We believe that citizens reflecting the diversity of Canada should have input into curriculum.
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We acknowledge that we are on the traditional territories of the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries. An important step in reconciliation is our acknowledgment of traditional land.