[Event] Police Law Conference, Eastern Edition – May 4-5, Toronto, ON, Canada | American Conference Institute (ACI)

May 4 – 5, 2022

8:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. EDT

DoubleTree by Hilton Toronto Downtown

108 Chestnut Street

Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 1R3

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The Canadian Institute 13th Annual Police Law Conference, Eastern Edition returns to Toronto on May 4 – 5, 2022.

For 2 days, police chiefs, in-house attorneys, and a wide variety of government and civilian agencies will analyze new legislation and precedent-setting case law, to determine the highest policing standards.

CO-CHAIR OF THE 2022 CONFERENCE

KEY STAKEHOLDER

Speaker name

Rachel Huggin

Deputy Director – Executive Head, Cannabis Legalization

Ontario Provincial Police

Speaker name

Eric Ward

Deputy Commissioner, Strategic Initiatives and External Relations

Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Speaker name

Bryan Larkins

chief of police

Waterloo Regional Police Service

President

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police

Speaker name

Anthony Odardi

Deputy Head, Innovation and Technology

Peel Regional Police

Speaker name

Jacqueline Edwards

President

Black Law Enforcement Association (ABLE)

This year’s event will examine policy changes facing police departments, such as systemic changes in how police disciplinary matters are handled, as well as proposed changes to drug enforcement, l use of facial recognition and transnational reforms in response to funding the police movement.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS YEAR:

  • How to Investigate Internal Harassment of Sworn Officers and Civilian Police Personnel: Reconciliation Occupational Health and Safety Act and requirements of the Police Services Act
  • Keeping agents safe during high-risk pandemic-related service calls with an overview of the Occupational Health and Safety Act: From protests to private residential searches and seizures
  • Enforcement of custody and access: Apprehending children under article 36 of the Children’s Law Reform Act and other family law matters
  • Maintaining Informant Confidentiality and Attorney Client Privilege
  • Demystifying Ontario’s New System for Handling Police Disciplinary Cases and best practices for appearing before the Ontario Civilian Police Commission

Don’t miss two practical and intensive sessions pre-conference workshops to May 3!

CPD accreditation is available.

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