Want to Know What to Expect?
A Quick Look at the 2020 Virtual Conference
Police services are being scrutinized by incoming oversight legislation and an increasingly distrustful public. Strategic police reviews are happening across the country with an aim to better serve the public through operational and legislative reform. This year’s event will take a in depth look at some of the social movements that are demanding change in policing services, and the legal liability challenges that will arise from adapting to change.
The Canadian Institute’s 12th Annual Law of Policing Conference, Eastern Canada edition, will take place May 6 & 7, 2021. This year’s event will take an in depth look at some of the social movements that are demanding change in policing services, and the legal liability challenges that will arise from adapting to change. Take part in this virtual two-day event to discuss the most pressing challenges facing police services, police associations, police boards, peace officers, special constables, and their counsel.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police – Legal Advisory Section
Department of Justice Canada
Ontario Association of Police Services Boards
Office of the Independent Police Review Director (Ontario)
Hon. Marlène Jennings
Parliament Committee Member
Comite consultatif sur la Realite policiere/ Advisory Committee on Police Reality
Chief of Police
Edmonton Police Service
Sergeant Sam Tease
National Police Intervention
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Ontario)
International Association of Chiefs of Police (California)
NEW SESSIONS FOR 2021
Hear from Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba and Alberta
Compare Edmonton and Oregon police models
Gain control and de-escalation tactics
Defining the legal obligation of a person or organization
What you can and can’t do, even off-duty
This must-attend event brings together chiefs of police, in-house counsel, and a wide-variety of government and civilian agencies to delve into new legislation and precedent-setting case law, to determine the highest of police standards. Join a distinguished and diverse faculty of speakers as they provide practical solutions and optimum tools for your organization. Hear balanced and current discussions on following challenges:
NATIONAL ROUNDTABLE on POLICE SERVICE ACT REFORM
THINK TANK Analyzing Models for Partnering with Health Care Authorities
Ensuring a Consistent Response when using De-Escalation and Use-of-Force Techniques
Ensuring Evidence Management when Adopting Body-Worn Camera Technology
Enforcing the Federal Quarantine Act Covid-19 Pandemic Response Measures
Primer on Employee Accommodation and Return-to-Work Policy
Great experience overall. Appreciated the different points of view represented by the different speakers on such a variety of topics.
Very well-organized conference. Good variety of topics and speakers, yet all relevant to our work.
Very good, interesting and informative. Wonderful presenters.
- 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