THE ROLE OF THE POLICE OFFICER IS ABOUT TO BECOME EVEN MORE COMPLICATED

The west coast’s must attend policing event for Law Enforcement, the 9th Annual Law of Policing Conference, will focus on your ever-present issues, such as discipline and professional standards, changing legislation and the court of public opinion.

Join us to delve into the latest hot topics:

  • Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act
  • Cross-province independent oversight policies
  • Workplace harassment
  • Use of force program
  • Responding to civil disobedience that goes beyond “peaceful, lawful and safe”

Be part of balanced, current presentations on the most pressing issues facing police services, police associations, police boards and their counsel. Hear critical legal and legislative updates to ensure your team has the knowledge and training to protect themselves and the public.

Who should attend

  • Police Commissioners, Chiefs, Superintendents, and their Counsel
  • Professional Standards Directors and Investigators
  • Executives of Police Associations and their Counsel
  • Senior law enforcement officers
  • Police Discipline Adjudicators
  • Criminal Law Practitioners
  • Crown Attorneys
  • Members of the Plaintiff bar
  • City solicitors
  • Government policy drafters

Top reasons to attend

  1. HEAR the critical update on Bill C-45 Cannabis Act
  2. DISCUSS informer privilege and police conduct for managing a protected witness
  3. RECEIVE clarity from prosecution services to improve your disclosure compliance
  4. IMPROVE cooperation between Crown counsel, police services and oversight agencies
  5. LEARN the “Memphis Model” from the world renowned Crisis Intervention Team

On behalf of The Canadian Institute, I look forward to seeing you in Vancouver for three days of expert discussion on significant legal issues affecting policing in Canada.

Sincerely,

R. Kyle Friesen
Counsel, RCMP Legal Advisory Section
Department of Justice Canada
2018 Conference Chair



Event Contacts

For sponsorship opportunities please contact:
Ken Glass
Business Development Executive
P: 1-877-927-0718 ext. 7409
[email protected]

For media partnership opportunities please contact:
Jessica Bing
P: 1-877-927-0718 ext. 7275
[email protected]

For questions about this year’s program/content, or information on how you can speak next year please contact:
Desiree Finhert
P: 1-877-927-0718 ext. 7367
[email protected]

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Venue

SANDMAN HOTEL VANCOUVER CITY CENTRE

180 W Georgia St Vancouver BC V6B 4P4
Tel: 604-681-2211

Accommodations:

Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly at 604-681-2211 or their Central reservations at 1-800-Sandman.

For the group rate, attendees must identify themselves by quoting any of the following:

Group #: 1046091
Group Name: The Canadian Institute
Event Name: The Law of Policing