Understand the fundamentals of an effective
real-time crime center

Conference Co-Chairs

C/Supt. Larry Montgomery

D/CROPS – Specialized Investigative & Operational Police Services
E Division, RCMP


Supt. Wallace Gossen

Real-time Operations and 911 Communications Centre
York Regional Police

  • What Does Real Time Look Like: Balancing Immediate Response with Validated Intelligence
  • Technology Integration: From BWC to LPR – How to Get Your Technology to Interface
  • Keeping Up with the Upgrade: How Do You Know When to Upgrade Your Technology?
  • Calculating the Real Cost and Communicating the Business Case to the Chief and Board

Real Time Crime Centers are the future of policing. Police are operating under an increased public demand for accountability and a demand for quicker response times. Meanwhile, criminals continue to adapt to ever evolving technology, creating new criminal pathways and demands on police investigations. But how can the demand be met amid stretched resources?

The need to for a real time crime center, information center or operations center, in every major police department, is the only viable answer to the equation. Take the next step from reactive to pro-active policing.

Join this content-driven and technology integration focused event as we dig into the best practices and case studies from across Canada and internationally. Whether your police department is still in the concept phase, or whether it is time to boost your established center’s operational and technology efficiency, this two-day event offers everything you need to know from tech integration to achieving your mandate.

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Who Should Attend


  • Chiefs
  • Deputy Chiefs
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Heads of IT
  • Directors of IT
  • IT Managers
  • Business Intelligence Managers
  • Superintendents
  • Supervisors
  • Sergeants
  • Inspectors
  • Staff Sergeants
  • Detectives


  • Police Services
  • Military Police Services
  • Emergency Services
  • Municipalities

Areas of Focus:

  • Information Technology
  • Operations
  • Data Analysis
  • Patrol
  • Dispatch
  • Communications
Past Attending Organizations
  • Abbotsford Police Department
  • Anishinabek Police Service
  • BC Prosecution Service
  • Calgary Police Service
  • Canadian Armed Forces
  • Edmonton Police Commission
  • City of Toronto
  • Cobourg Police Service
  • CP Police Service
  • Delta Police Department
  • Department of National Defence
  • Durham Regional Police Service
  • Edmonton Police Service
  • Halton Regional Police Service
  • Hamilton Police Service
  • Information Privacy Commissioner Ontario
  • Justice Canada
  • Kingston Police Service
  • Lethbridge Police Service
  • London Police Service
  • Ministry of the Attorney General
  • Ministry of the Solicitor General
  • Moose Jaw Police Service
  • National Police Federation
  • National Security and Intelligence Review Agency
  • North Bay Police Association
  • North Bay Police Service
  • Office of the Independent Police Review Director
  • Office of the Judge Advocate General
  • Ontario Provincial Police
  • Ottawa Police Service
  • Peel Regional Police
  • Port Moody Police Department
  • RCMP
  • Regina Police Service
  • Royal Newfoundland Constabulary
  • Saanich Police
  • Saskatoon Police Association
  • Sault Ste Marie Police Service
  • Six Nations Police
  • Sûreté du Québec
  • Surrey Police Board
  • Surrey Police Service
  • Thunder Bay Police Service
  • Toronto Police Service
  • Vancouver Police Department
  • Victoria Police Department
  • Waterloo Regional Police Service
  • West Vancouver Police Department
  • Windsor Police Service
  • Winnipeg Police Association
  • Winnipeg Police Board
  • Winnipeg Police Service
  • York Regional Police
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