November 8, 2021
November 9, 2021
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Join us for this two-day event as we delve into legislative updates, precedent-setting cases, police liability, and the most critical updates affecting law enforcement professional standards in Canada.
THIS YEAR’S HIGHLIGHTS
- Top Trends and Action Points for Handling Public Complaints and Misconduct Offences
- How to Manage Employee Performance and When to Escalate to a Discipline Investigation
- Civil Liability Exposure of Cities: Year in Review of Top Cases and Need-to-Know Development
- Preserving the Integrity of Digital Evidence Management Prior to Courtroom Proceedings
- Preparing to Testify in Court: Real-World Tips and Traps to Avoid
This 2-day conference program can be applied towards 8 of the 9 substantive hours and 1 of the 3 professionalism hours of annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as required by the Law Society of Ontario. Learn More
Police agencies are being held to a higher account.
As public mistrust continues to grow, so does the number of complaints against officers and agencies, from allegations of negligent investigations to racial profiling. But more than ever there is greater demand for transparency in the complaint process, with increased calls for access to information on discipline and conduct proceedings. Does your police agency have the resources and strategy to address and reduce complaints?
In this Western edition, experts will delve into legislative updates, precedent-setting cases, police liability, and the most critical updates affecting law enforcement professional standards in Canada. Get the latest information and learn how to support your team.
Join two days of balanced perspectives on the most pressing issues facing police services, police associations, police boards, independent police oversight agencies, and their counsel. Hear from a distinguished and diverse faculty of speakers as they provide practical solutions and optimum tools for your organization.
A MUST-ATTEND EVENT FOR
- Police Commissioners, Chiefs, Superintendents, and their Counsel
- Professional Standards Directors and Investigators
- Executives of Police Associations and their Counsel
- Senior Law Enforcement Officers
- Police Discipline Adjudicators
- Criminal Law Practitioners
- Crown Attorneys
- Members of the Plaintiff Bar
- City Solicitors
- Government Policy Drafters