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Paul Brandt Helps Fight Human Trafficking

Paul Brandt Helps Fight Human Trafficking
Paul Brandt, in association with the Calgary International Airport, is working to fight human trafficking as part of Brandt’s #NotInMyCity campaign. #NotInMyCity messages will be displayed throughout the airport to help raise awareness among members of the public. The Calgary Airport readmore

Leading Change: Ontario Provincial Police Deaf Visor Cards

Leading Change: Ontario Provincial Police Deaf Visor Cards
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in partnership with the Ontario Association of the Deaf (OAD) has worked to create a first of its kind visor card for deaf/hard of hearing individuals during traffic stops. This will help deaf/hard of hearing readmore

Tripura Reserves 10% of Policing Positions for Females

Tripura Reserves 10% of Policing Positions for Females
The Tripura government in India is implementing a 10% quota to reserve positions for females at all levels of policing. This is an initiative to increase the current percentage from 4%-10%, with the possibility of a further increase depending on readmore

CPS Interview: Inspector Leah Barber

CPS Interview: Inspector Leah Barber
Could you let us know a bit about yourself and your role within the Calgary Police Service? I have been a member of the Calgary Police Service (CPS) since July 1992. Prior to that, however, I was a member of readmore

Calgary Police Serve with Tim Hortons

Calgary Police Serve with Tim Hortons
On June 6, the Calgary Police were proud to provide service in a new way, by serving up hot coffees to the public as part of Camp Day! Officers helped at several locations in Calgary to help raise awareness for readmore

UN Police Initiatives

UN Police Initiatives
The UN Police works toward gender equality by identifying the unique ways conflict affects women, men, girls and boys and addressing their security needs. The United Nations has long worked towards the rights of women, a goal that is outlined in readmore

Keynote Speaker Chief Jennifer Evans Wins Highest Honour

Keynote Speaker Chief Jennifer Evans Wins Highest Honour
On June 11, 2018, Chief Jennifer Evans of the Peel Regional Police won the President’s Award of Merit. The is the highest honour by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police. Evans’ compassion, efficient policing and her work towards improving policing were readmore

CPS Interview: Sgt. Lillian Ruygrok

CPS Interview: Sgt. Lillian Ruygrok
Could you let us know a bit about yourself and your role within the Calgary Police Service? I joined the Calgary Police Service in 1997, as a member of Class 121. I completed my Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of readmore

CPS Interview: Cst. Stacey O’Connor

CPS Interview: Cst. Stacey O’Connor
Could you let us know a bit about yourself and your role within the Calgary Police Service? Combined I have 15 years of service with the Calgary Police Service. Prior to joining the Service as a sworn member, I was readmore

Leading Change: Breakfast with a Cop

Leading Change: Breakfast with a Cop
The Dunkirk Police Department has a new community outreach effort called “Breakfast with a Cop”. The goal of the program is to celebrate positive behaviours in youth by taking out the “Student of the Month” for a special ride along readmore

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Speaker: Linda R. Crockett

Linda R. Crockett MSW, RSW of the Alberta Bullying Recovery, Resources, Research Centre will be at the IAWP speaking on...continue reading Speaker: Linda R. Crockett
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