CONFERENCE FORMAT CHANGE
We’re Going Virtual!
Due to social distancing and large group gathering restrictions, CI’s Law of Policing Conference has changed format from a live, in-person event to an interactive, virtual conference.
The conference will follow a similar schedule and agenda as originally planned.
Two days of balanced and current discussions on the most pressing issues facing police services, police associations, police boards, peace officers, special constables and their counsel.
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.
R. Kyle Friesen
Royal Canadian Mounted Police – Legal Advisory Section Department of Justice Canada
Ministry of the Attorney General
Ontario Special Constables Association (OSCA)
Toronto Police Services Board (TPSB)
Manager Equity, Inclusion and Human Rights
Toronto Police Services
This Year’s Highlights
- Strategies for Effectively Participating Fatality Inquests
- Advice on Non-Criminal Policing
- Bitcoin Seizures and Forfeitures and other Top Cases to Watch on Search and Seizure
- A Year in Review: Civil Liability for Police Services
- Deconstructing and Adopting the COPS Act
- Eliminating Racial Profiling in Policing
- Fundamentals of a Police Service Board
How This Virtual Conference Works
- Register to secure your seat today.
- After you register, you will receive an email confirmation with access instructions for the virtual conference. Don’t forget to add the event to your calendar!
- On the day of the event, you will listen to Chiefs of Police, in-house counsel, and a wide-variety of government and civilian agencies.
- Interact directly with speakers by submitting your questions throughout the day.
Very good experience – interesting and informative. Very knowledgeable speakers.
This is my first conference of this nature. Very well done.
Experience was excellent. Topics were focused.
Great experience overall. Appreciated the different points of view represented by the different speakers on such a variety of topics.
This main 2-day conference program can be applied towards 9 of the 9 hours of annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD), required by the Law Society of Ontario. Members will also receive an additional 3 substantive credit hours for attending Workshop B, and 3 hours of professionalism EDI hours for attendees of Workshop A. Learn More
Addressing the unique policing challenges for Indigenous officers and communities.
June 8, 2020 | Virtual Conference