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Coffee With a Cop

Coffee With a Cop
Coffee With a Cop is a program designed to break down barriers between communities and their local police service. By having coffee in a neutral location, the public is allowed the opportunity to have a real conversation with officers about issues that readmore

Paul Brandt: #NotInMyCity

Paul Brandt: #NotInMyCity
Paul Brandt is one of the most well-known Canadian country music singers in history, winning awards such as 16 CCMA awards, 8 Juno awards, GMA awards, and a YouTube Rewind award. Brandt is also inducted into both the Western Canada Music Hall of readmore

Leading Change: Working Towards Reconciliation

Leading Change: Working Towards Reconciliation
The 5th Annual Calgary Police Service Round Dance is a cultural celebration with Indigenous communities to help build trust, awareness, understanding and relationships with the police service. The event was hosted by Constable Cindy Provost, a 20-year member of the readmore

Leading Change: Fundraising for the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre

Leading Change: Fundraising for the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre
Constable Jennifer LeBlanc is a school resource officer for Bishop McNally High School in Calgary and was part of 40 teams riding stationary bikes for 12 hours to raise money for the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre. Cst. LeBlanc helps readmore

IAWP Foundation Annual Recognition Program

IAWP Foundation Annual Recognition Program
The IAWP has a wide range of awards to recognize both female and male officers in many different areas. Help show your appreciation to phenomenal officers you know by nominating them for an award. To submit a nomination, you can readmore

Leading Change: Positive Ticketing Program

Leading Change: Positive Ticketing Program
Here’s a ticket you’ll be happy to receive: the Calgary Police Service is giving away complementary tickets redeemable for a hot or cold beverage at Mac’s Convenience stores. The tickets are awarded to young Calgarians who perform positive deeds and readmore

Sheldon Kennedy Centre: A First of its Kind

Sheldon Kennedy Centre: A First of its Kind
Sheldon Kennedy has been a strong advocate for victims of child abuse and has devoted his post-NHL career to preventing child abuse and educating others about it as well. Kennedy bravely came forward to share his story of abuse in 1996 readmore

Leading Change: Rema Rajeshwari

Leading Change: Rema Rajeshwari
Rema Rajeshwari is a police superintendent in the Indian state of Telangana. Female officers make up 7% of police officers and 2% of leadership positions in the country, which makes Rajeshwari a big voice in a small crowd. Rajeshwari has been on readmore

Freedom in Forgiveness: Amanda Lindhout’s Biography

Freedom in Forgiveness: Amanda Lindhout’s Biography
As a child, Amanda Lindhout escaped a violent household by paging through issues of National Geographic and imagining herself in its exotic locales. At the age of nineteen, she began to travel the globe. Aspiring to understand the world and readmore

Keynote Speaker: Chief Jennifer Evans

Keynote Speaker: Chief Jennifer Evans
Chief Jennifer Evans has been working in policing for 35 years. Chief Evans began her career with the Peel Regional Police in 1983 when she joined as a Cadet. She has been part of the services’ Uniform branch, Youth Bureau readmore

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Location, location, location

The BMO Centre (IAWP Conference Venue) is located at 20 Roundup Way SW. If you are at our partner hotels,...continue reading Location, location, location

Yoga

Want to start your day off right? Yoga is offered free to all delegates at our partner hotels (Hyatt, Marriott...continue reading Yoga

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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