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This new eLearning module has been developed by a sub-committee of the Alberta Justice and Solicitor General Sexual Violence Police Advisory Committee (SVPAC) to educate police on the impacts of trauma and inform their interaction and response to victims of sexual violence. Read More and Register

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Produced by the Ontario Provincial Police, this informative discussion with OPP Commissioner Thomas Carrique and ER Dr. Andy Reed provides valuable insight for frontline officers and police personnel into the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

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Homemade explosives (HMEs) and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) have been long recognized as terrorists and criminals’ weapon of choice due to their wide precursor availability, relative ease of construction, destructive capacity, and psychological impact. Understanding the dangers of these materials and being able to identify the potential indicators of HME and IED manufacturing will help…

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CPKN is excited to announce the release of a new learning resource: GLOBALi – A Vehicle Theft Deterrent and Recovery Network. This 15 minute resource will provide information on the GLOBALi Vehicle Registry & Recovery Network’s functionality, secure registration portal for Law Enforcement, and how the network can assist in the identification and recovery of…

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As first responders, you will be presented with many potentially stressful and traumatic situations. This brand new course will prepare you to intervene in critical situations; recognize someone who is at risk of suicide; provide information to minimize risk; and, support yourself and those around you in a career that involves increased risk. Learn More…

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Active shooter events are unpredictable and can happen anywhere. Because most events are over within minutes, you must be prepared to deal with the situation quickly until law enforcement personnel arrive. Preparedness and awareness are the keys to protect you, your fellow employees, and your customers. Read More

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The Introduction to Information Access and Privacy course provides a brief overview of Municipal Feedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA – based on privacy laws in the Province of Ontario) and its application to police records.

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Calgary Police Service (CPS) has developed an eLearning module, Unfounded Sexual Offences, that uses current media and case studies to introduce national standards for sexual assault classifications. The course also uses the results of an internal CPS review to introduce methods being used by CPS to avoid mis-classification. Read More

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Did you know that 1 in 100 people have epilepsy? That some seizures can be mistaken for daydreaming, intoxication or belligerence? Knowing how to identify different types of seizures and how to respond appropriately will help to de-escalate situations. Learn more and Register.

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Specifically designed for Canadian Police and other appropriate public safety personnel, the Victim Rights in Canada course will educate frontline officers about the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights and will inform on the rights of victims of crime while an offence is being investigated. It will also provide information on how frontline officers can support victims of crime. Read…

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CPKN has a new free course in the Catalogue: Legal Cannabis, Insights, and Ethics – An Industry Perspective. This is the first in a series of learning modules designed to help police professionals understand the “new landscape” of legal cannabis in Canada and examines the differences between the medical and recreational markets, from basic product…

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The purpose of this course is to define sexual assault and consent, discuss key case law decisions that relate to the topic of consent and recognize common myths associated with sexual assault investigations. Learn more and register here.

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Recognition of Emotionally Disturbed Persons provides recommended response strategies to deal with individuals in crisis. It is designed to build first responders’ confidence in dealing with EDP’s in the field.

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The purpose of this course is to ensure that police officers are able to identify and gather evidence of impairment due to alcohol and or another other drugs. To read more details, visit the course page.

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