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Schedule of Media Conferences and Releases – 109th Annual Conference of the CACP – Victoria, B.C.

Press Release –

CACP First – National Media May Participate

Victoria, BC – The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) will be holding it’s 109th National Conference in Victoria, British Columbia August 24-27, 2014. The conference is co-hosted with the Victoria Police Department and the Canadian Forces Military Police Group.

* For the first time, the CACP will provide access to remote media via teleconferencing services for each of the media conferences listed below. Call in procedures are attached.

The following provides a schedule of media conferences and releases during this period:

Monday, August 25, 2014:

Media Conference* – 10:00 a.m. (PST) – Victoria Conference Centre, Esquimalt Room – 720 Douglas St, Victoria, BC

  • CACP Commence 109th Annual Conference “Leading Through Crisis”
  • Chief Constable Jim Chu Ends Term as CACP President, Reflects on 2-year Term
  • Announcement of CACP/Motorola Award & CACP Voluntary Service Award Recipients

 

Chief Constable Jim Chu (CACP President), Chief Constable Frank Elsner (Victoria Police Department), Colonel Rob Delaney (Canadian Forces Military Police Group)

Media Release to follow (posted at www.CACP.ca )

Tuesday, August 26, 2014:

Media Conference* – 10:30 a.m. (PST) – Victoria Conference Centre, Esquimalt Room – 720 Douglas St, Victoria, BC

  • Announcement of New President of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police
  • New President Discusses Key Priorities Moving Forward
  • Resolutions Adopted at the CACP AGM
  • CACP Announces International Policing Award Recipients

 

Newly Elected President

Media Release to follow (posted at www.CACP.ca )

Wednesday, August 27, 2014:

  • Report Recommends Ways to Better Prepare Police For Contact With Persons With Mental illness.
  • CACP Wraps Up 109th Annual Conference
  • Bank of Canada Award and National Police Award for Traffic Safety Award Recipients Announced

 

Technical Briefing to Media* – 9:15 a.m. (PST) – Victoria Conference Centre, Esquimalt Room – 720 Douglas St, Victoria, BC

The media will have an opportunity to review the TEMPO (Training and Education about Mental Health for Police Organizations) report released at the conference

Dr. Terry Coleman and Dorothy Cotton (co-authors). Dr. Coleman will be on hand to respond to questions.

Media Conference* – 10:00 a.m. (PST) – Victoria Conference Centre, Esquimalt Room – 720 Douglas St, Victoria, BC

Newly elected President of the CACP, Dr. Terry Coleman, Chief Constable Frank Elsner (Victoria Police Department), Colonel Rob Delaney (Canadian Forces Military Police Group)

Media Release to follow (posted at www.CACP.ca )

* Call-In Procedures:

Media may call in to participate:

  1. Dial 1-866-835-7775
  2. Enter the Conference Code when prompted: 7566761055 followed by #
  3. You will be on hold until moderator signs on and brings everyone together.

For further information, please contact:

Timothy M. Smith
Government Relations and Strategic Communications
Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police
Mobile: 613-601-0692 Email: [email protected]

Cst. Mike Russell
Media Spokesperson
Victoria Police Department
Mobile: 250-883-6118 E-mail: [email protected]

Major Yves Desbiens
Public Affairs Officer
Canadian Forces Military Police
Mobile: 613-894-9162

Email: [email protected]

The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police was established in 1905 and represents approximately 1,000 police leaders from across Canada. The Association is dedicated to the support and promotion of efficient law enforcement and to the protection and security of the people of Canada. Through its member police chiefs and other senior police executives, the CACP represents in excess of 90% of the police community in Canada which include federal, First Nations, provincial, regional and municipal, transportation and military police leaders.

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