The must-attend event for Indigenous police services, police boards, legal council and Indigenous leaders.
The Canadian Institute’s 4th Annual Indigenous Policing Forum addresses the unique policing challenges for Indigenous officers and communities, in Toronto, in May 2020. This year’s forum comes one year after the release of the recommendations from the MMWGI and the announcement of $291.2 million federal dollars to be spent over five years to improve policing in First Nation and Inuit communities. Is your agency meeting the needs of your or your police officers, and can your police officers meet the needs of their communities?
Join us as we discuss:
- Funding for Indigenous Police and Emergency Services
- Recommendations and Responsibilities following the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Inquiry
- Know Your Authority – A Look at Matrimonial Property on Reserve
- Closing the Gap on Indigenous Representation
A Must Attend Event for:
- Chiefs, council members, elders and Indigenous leaders
- Indigenous police officers and first responders
- Indigenous police boards members
- Police officers working with Indigenous communities
- Members of Indigenous community organizations
- Federal, provincial and municipal government officials
- Lawyers practicing in Indigenous law
- Judiciary members presiding over Indigenous criminal and regulatory cases
- Social workers, mental health workers, criminologists, court workers
Stay tuned for more details about our 2020 program
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