From the Archives: CPKN and Online Learning in the Canadian Police Community (2005)

This 2005 video describes how CPKN was established and the benefits of e-learning for organizational training. The design and development process is also explored through the Subject Matter Experts perspective.

Finding Common Ground: The Vision for CPKN

Deputy Chief Bruce Herridge of York Regional Police describes the origins behind CPKN, how e-learning is advancing Canadian police training, and how CPKN's National Advisory Group is working to bridge the gap between identified training needs and technology-enhanced solutions.

An Excellent Resource for Small and Medium Sized Police Services - Chief Andy McGrogan

Chief Andy McGrogan of the Medicine Hat Police Service talks about the benefits of CPKN to small and medium sized police services.

CPKN Commercial

City Peace, Kuntry Noiz in stores and online April 7th, 2009

SANDLER TRAINING PROCESS

Success Story: CPKN - Canadian Police Knowledge Network. 2020

H CPKN Kalite Testi

York Regional Police

AtlSecCon 2019 Day 02 - Opening Keynote Jean-Michel Blais

Atlantic Security Conference (AtlSecCon) 2019 Jean-Michel (JM) Blais Jean-Michel (JM) Blais has over thirty-one years of policing experience, having served with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the United Nations and Halifax Regional Police (HRP) as chief of police where he is to retire in March 2019. He began his policing career in 1987 in the RCMP which saw him work in Québec, Manitoba, Ontario and Nova Scotia in the areas of municipal, provincial, aboriginal and federal policing. He also worked nationally as the chief judge and prosecutor of the RCMP’s disciplinary tribunal. First seconded to the United Nations in Haiti as a frontline police officer in 1995, in 2008, he returned as the Deputy Police Commissioner in charge of operations for the entire country. In January 2010, following the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti, he personally led the recovery mission of two Canadian police officers who had perished in the earthquake. In October 2012, after twenty-five years in the RCMP, Jean-Michel retired from the RCMP at the rank of Chief Superintendent to become the fourth chief of police of HRP. During his time in HRP, he reoriented the senior ranks of the organization and spearheaded the development and eventual refresh of a 10-year Strategic Plan anchored in evidenced- based policing approaches. He was also involved in the community in numerous initiatives including The Salvation Army Advisory Board and the United Way Halifax Board of Directors. In 2014 and 2015, he was the co-chair for the United Way’s Charitable Workplace Campaign, helping to raise more than $12 million dollars. Engaged in the Canadian policing community, he is a director on the Board of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and a director on the Canadian Police Knowledge Network (CPKN). He has two degrees, one in political science and economics from McGill University and another in law from Université Laval in Québec City. He has published several works on international and national police-related topics, including organized crime, Internet child pornography, human rights, the rule of law in Haiti, aboriginal law and the use of human sources in policing. He has also lectured extensively on leadership and modern police management, with emphasis on dealing with problem employees, unexpected events, the legal obligations of the employer, law enforcement sustainability, mental health and wellness in policing. Jean-Michel’s interests vary from reading and writing to cycling and hockey as a Hockey Canada Level III referee. He is married with three children aged 32, 25 and 15 as well as two dogs. He is currently writing a book of memoirs and lessons in leadership and complexity expected to be completed by 2021. Website: https://atlseccon.com Social Media: https://twitter.com/AtlSecCon https://www.linkedin.com/company/atlseccon https://facebook.com/atlseccon https://www.youtube.com/atlseccon

Building a Nationally Relevant Approach to Training

Geoff Gruson, Executive Director of the Police Sector Council discusses why CPKN and e-learning are integral to the sustainability of a skilled police force. He also explains how leveraging knowledge and best practices at a national level generates sector-wide benefits, both economically and in life-long skills development.

Introduction to New CPKN LMS Webinar (November 19, 2014)

Targeted toward learning managers and existing portal clients on the CPKN Learning Management System, this webinar introduces some of the new features and functionality that will be available on the new LMS that will be launched in early 2015. Topics of discussion include: the User Interface; the Portal Administrator Interface; and Additional Functionality.

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