2nd Annual Western Canadian Conference on
The Law of Policing
Essential Professional Development for All Sectors of Policing
Tuesday, November 29 to Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Hyatt Regency, Vancouver, BC
2011 has brought no end to the controversies surrounding policing and the law. With the creation of a new Independent Investigations Office in B.C., the Missing Women Inquiry due to start hearings this fall, publication of the final report of the Paul Inquiry, a $345,000 judgment against a municipal police force, new legislative amendments in Alberta, and leave granted to the SCC on an issue that could blow the complaints process out of the water, it’s more important than ever to keep abreast of unfolding events.
The Canadian Institute’s 2nd Annual Western Canadian Conference on The Law of Policing is designed to give you two days of up-to-date substantive law as well as practical advice on implementing it in your organization. Here are just a few topics included in this year’s agenda:
Speakers this year include Tom Stamatakis, Sheila Sullivan, Special Agent Robert Schwinger of the FBI as well as leading counsel representing plaintiffs, officers and police forces small and large.
PLUS, if you’re involved in police discipline, you won’t want to miss the post-program workshop on the Fundamentals of Administrative Law.
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Tue, Nov 29, 2011
Wed, Nov 30, 2011
Attendance at this event may be applied toward your Law Society’s
Attendance at this program by members of the Law Society of Alberta
Ontario lawyers: These CPD hours are not accredited for the New