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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

Canadian History of Women in Policing

Canadian History of Women in Policing
Canada has a rich history with our female officers serving since the early 1800’s. Here are just some of the highlights of policewomen history in Calgary and Canada as a whole: Canada’s first female police officer is considered by many readmore

Boise Police Honours Betty Green

Boise Police Honours Betty Green
Betty Green was one of the first female police officers in the Boise Police Department in Idaho, USA and celebrated her 91st birthday on May 1, 2018. Green is the oldest living female member of the Boise Police Department and readmore

Leading Change: Calgary Police Positive Ticketing Campaign

Leading Change: Calgary Police Positive Ticketing Campaign
Officers in the Calgary Police Service are issuing tickets to youth this summer, but not the kind you might expect. The tickets being given are “positive tickets” for youth that exemplify good behaviour, such as riding a bike with a readmore

Canada Olympic Park: Experience the Thrill

Canada Olympic Park: Experience the Thrill
Winsport’s Canada Olympic Park was the venue for the 1988 Winter Olympic Games and is still used today by the public. The facility hosts skiing, snowboarding, and bobsleigh in the winter, but the lack of snow in the summer won’t readmore

Youthlink: Police Women in History

Youthlink: Police Women in History
The Calgary Police Service’s YouthLink Interpretive Centre is not only home to amazing interactive exhibits, but also holds a wealth of information about the history of policing. Large touchscreens cover an entire wall showing stories, images and video clips. Each readmore

Leading Change: Women’s Police Town

Leading Change: Women’s Police Town
A housing project for female officers in Afghanistan was inaugurated on April 9th with the help of many national and international donors. The police town will include 10 apartments able to host 300 policewomen and their families. This is the readmore

Traveling to Canada? What you NEED to know!

Traveling to Canada? What you NEED to know!
Every year, millions of Canadian citizens and visitors travel across our Canadian borders. Everyone wants their entry into Canada to go smoothly with few delays. The best way to make sure this happens is to know what to expect and readmore

Drumheller: Step into the Past

Drumheller: Step into the Past
As part of the IAWP 2018 Companion Program, you will have the opportunity to visit Drumheller, which is internationally recognized for the world-famous Royal Tyrrell Museum and its vast wealth of dinosaur fossils. The Royal Tyrrell Museum contains one of 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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