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Fraud Prevention Month raises awareness about fraud and what community members and individuals can do to fight fraud and assist the victims of fraud. ACCPA will be working with our partners across the province to educate Albertans on recent fraud and scams.
March 15, 22 and 29
CMNCP will be offering a Community Safety and Well-Being Planning Training in March 2021.
This 12-hour virtual training session (delivered over three consecutive Mondays), will provide participants with the necessary understanding, knowledge, and practice implications to prepare and implement a community safety and well-being plan in collaboration with community partners that proactively addresses locally identified priority risks.
The fee for this training is $200 for non-members of CMNCP, $150 for CMNCP members, and $50 for students. All training participants will receive a certificate upon completion.
Space is limited – please Register by Monday March 8th, 2021.
November 2020 – February 2021
During these unprecedented times, we recognize that changes in working, living and learning environments as well as physical distancing have the potential to create added stress and anxiety for students. Safer Schools Together have transitioned some of their training sessions into a remote package to help support you in this ever changing landscape.
April 23rd & 24th 2021, Brooks Alberta
The Alberta Association of Police Governance supports excellence in civilian governance and oversight of police services in Alberta. Through the AAPG, members have access to educational opportunities, best practices, and forums for liaison with related agencies. The AAPG is well positioned to advocate for effective police governance and oversight that is responsive to our changing environment. In that regard, the AAPG provides input and feedback on potential changes to relevant legislation and policies..
March 22-26, 2021 in Philadelphia, USA
This will be the first time that the conference will be hosted in the United States and the first time that the conference will occur on a virtual platform. A virtual conference provides new opportunities to expand the global reach of the conference series and to inspire jurisdictions from across the world to make concrete changes in furtherance of community safety and wellbeing.
Stay tuned for updates on the conference website to learn about invited speakers and planned sessions. The Conference Program is now available on the website.
Cohort One: February 21, March 2 & 9, 2021
Cohort Two: March 18, 19 & 20, 2021
ARJA is pleased to offer online training for Alberta learners who are interested in knowing more about restorative justice.
The course – Introduction to the Practice of Restorative Justice in Criminal Matters – is a theoretical approach to the application of restorative justice in the criminal justice setting; it is not training in a specific process, model or skills. For those wishing to become a restorative justice facilitator, this course will serve as the beginning of the journey.
Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association promotes the training, education and dissemination of crime prevention related information throughout the Province of Alberta.
Vice President, ACCPA