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Session One: Community Input and Engagement in Determining Competencies

Chief Nishan Duraiappah, Peel Regional Police; Chief Jim MacSween, York Regional Police; Supt. Isobel Granger, Ottawa Police Service; Director Norm Leech, Executive Vancouver Aboriginal Community Policing Centre

Session Two: Equity Diversity and Inclusion in Police Training

Chief Del Manak, Victoria Police Department; Jackie Edwards, Association of Black Law Enforcement; Professor Gerard Etienne

Session Three: New Technology in Training: Avatar Training Environment

Simon Paré, Public Safety Canada; Steven Durocher, Canadian Border Services Agency

Session Four: MMIWG Inquiry & Calls for Justice: The OPP's Actions for Truth and Reconciliation

Supt. Carole Matthews, Ontario Provincial Police; S.Sgt Brooke McRoberts, Ontario Provincial Police

Session Five: Keynote - Reflection on Truth and Reconciliation

Kevin Lamoureux, University of Winnipeg (This recoded session is available in the CPKN Catalogue)

Session Six: Police Reform, Police Standards and the Impact on Training

Chief Dale McFee, Edmonton Police Service; Directeur Fady Dagher, Service de police de l’agglomération de Longueuil, Québec; Wayne Rideout, Assistant Deputy Minister and Director of Police Services, Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General (BC); Richard Stubbings, Public Safety Division, Ministry of the Solicitor General (Ont)

Session Seven: Getting the Most out of Your LMS and eLearning Courses

Sean Obrien, Toronto Police Service; Joe Countryman, York Regional Police; Jason Siu, York Regional Police, Evan Jackson, CPKN; Roman Barba, ENPQ


Presentations are available to delegates on a password protected website here. Please click the link and enter the password for access.