Wednesday, May 4 – Thursday, May 5
May 4-5, 2022 | Toronto, ON
The Canadian Institute’s 13th Annual Law of Policing Conference, Eastern Edition is returning to Toronto on May 4-5, 2022. This 2-day conference will gather chiefs of police, in-house counsel, and a wide-variety of government and civilian agencies to delve into new legislation and precedent-setting case law, to determine the highest of police standards.
This year’s event will also focus on the policy changes facing the police services, such as systemic changes to how police disciplinary matters are handled, as well as proposed changes to drug enforcement, the use of facial recognition, and cross-country reforms in response to the defund the police movement.
THIS YEAR’S HIGHLIGHTS:
- How to Conduct Internal Harassment Investigations of Sworn Officers and Civilian Police Staff: Reconciling Occupational Health and Safety Act and Police Services Act Requirements
- Ensuring Officers Safety amid High-Risk Pandemic-Related Calls for Service with a look at the Occupational Health and Safety Act: From Protests to Private Residential Searches and Seizures
- Custody and Access Enforcement: Apprehending Children Under Sec 36 of the Children’s Law Reform Act and other Family Law Matters
- Maintaining Informant Confidentiality and Solicitor Client Privilege
- Demystifying Ontario’s New System for Handling Police Disciplinary Matters and Best Practices for Appearing before Ontario Civilian Police Commission
Don’t miss two practical, intensive pre-conference workshops on May 3!
CPD Accreditation is available.
View the full agenda and list of distinguished Speakers, and register today!
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