November 4th - 5th, 2020
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM PST
Save 10% Off with Code: D10-999-JDS20
Canadian Institute’s 11th Annual Law of Policing Conference, returns this year, in a fully virtual and interactive format where experts will delve into legislative updates, precedent-setting cases, police liability and the most critical updates affecting law enforcement professional standards in Canada.
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.
R. Kyle Friesen
Legal Advisor, Royal Canadian Mounted Police – Legal Advisory Section
Department of Justice Canada
THIS YEAR’S HIGHLIGHTS
- Transitioning from RCMP to Municipal Services
- Responding to Civil Disobedience
- Reforming the British Columbia Police Act
- Establishing New Standards for Independent Investigations
- Analyzing the Level of Police Involvement in Wellness Checks
- Evolving Search and Seizure Laws in the Tech World
- Protecting Privacy Rights
- Professional Responsibility in a Virtual Courtroom
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Criminal Law Practitioners
- Crown Attorneys
- 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
- Members of the Plaintiff Bar
- City Solicitors
- Government Policy Drafters
This 2-day conference program can be applied towards 8 of the 9 substantive hours of annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as required by the Law Society of Ontario. In addition, 2 hours can be applied towards the Professionalism requirement.
View the complete agenda and speakers list now
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