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Launching a New Canadian Credible Leadership Cohort!

January 17, 2023

In response to a critical need for leadership training, CPKN has collaborated with subject matter experts to create the Canadian Credible Leadership Cohort. This cohort-based virtual program pairs independent study with facilitated workshops to provide a unique learning experience. Based on input from a working group consisting of 10 services and insights from more than…

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Survivor-Led Human Trafficking Detection Webinar

January 17, 2023

The majority of victims interact with police a minimum of 3 times while being trafficked. These interactions include traffic stops, noise complaints, hotel calls, robbery, theft, and more. All frontline officers come across victims of human trafficking, but they are extremely difficult to identify. This webinar will introduce the basics of human trafficking detection. Date: January…

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Krystine Richards named Vice President Operations

December 15, 2022

It is with great pleasure I write to advise that Krystine Richards, whom you all know, is the successful candidate for the new position of Vice President Operations. The selection committee was made up of Kimberley Greenwood, Paul Pedersen, and myself. Many qualified candidates were evaluated through a lengthy and deliberate process. My thanks to…

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Congratulations, Chief Kimberley Greenwood!

December 2, 2022

CPKN would like to extend its best wishes to Chief Kimberley Greenwood, Barrie Police Service, on her retirement.   Chief Greenwood has served the Canadian policing community for more than 40 years. During her time as Chief of the Barrie Police Service, she served as President of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police and…

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CPKN Hurricane Fiona Disruption

September 25, 2022

CPKN Head Office on Prince Edward Island has experienced a direct hit from Hurricane Fiona, Power and Internet for CPKN Support and Outreach has been greatly affected and this time it is unknown when it will be restored. Thank you for your patience as we work through this unprecedented time in our office. We will…

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Meet Krystine Richards!

July 28, 2022

Get to know our Director of Outreach & Communications Krystine Richards!   Krystine has been an advocate for technology-enhanced learning within Canada’s police community since she joined the CPKN team in 2010. As Director of Outreach & Communications, she has cultivated an extensive network of stakeholders that has advanced CPKN from a pioneering concept to…

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Meet Dave Tutte!

June 23, 2022

We are proud to introduce the Vice Chair of our NAC and Stanhope Planning Lead Dave Tutte.   Staff Sergeant Dave Tutte has been with the Halton Regional Police Service for 15 years. Dave started his career working in Patrol in the City of Burlington. From there, Dave was assigned to the Tactical Rescue Unit,…

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Update to CPKN Catalog

June 10, 2022

Update to CPKN’s Catalog: Toggle Course Languages On Monday, June 20, 2022, CPKN will be updating the CPKN catalog to combine French and English courses.  This update will give you the opportunity to enroll in a single course and toggle between languages when accessing bilingual courses. Accessing Bilingual Courses Learners with English Preference Language Settings:…

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Meet Erin Kitchen!

May 26, 2022

We are proud to introduce our new Director of Learning Innovation Erin Kitchen. Originally hailing from Northern Ontario, Erin now calls Prince Edward Island her home. Erin has been with CPKN for three years as an Instructional Designer. In her new role as Director of Learning Innovation, Erin is eager to contribute to strategies that…

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CPKN Newsletter 2022 – Edition 1

March 23, 2022

President’s Message As winter draws to a close, one wonders just how much resiliency we have left. The pandemic – once again – seems to be on the wane. But before we can garner hope, we are met with a three-week blockade of the nation’s capital followed by an even more harrowing invasion of Ukraine…

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