From 2009 through 2011 CPAC has enjoyed a very productive partnership with the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP), through their Community Policing Committee. Dr. Hugh C. Russell, one of our Directors, represents us on that Committee. Together, this Committee, CPAC and a host of police officers and civilians from more than 15 Ontariocommunities collaborated in a rigorous initiative to revise and update Ontario’s community policing model.
The results, Ontario’s new Mobilization & Engagement Model of Community Policing.
Building on that success, the OACP, OntarioPoliceCollege, Chatham-Kent Police and CPAC are now partnering to develop three courses for officers and civilians alike, dealing with community policing and crime prevention.
Visit this website often to monitor progress in this initiative. Mullowney’s Law recently published an infographic outlining the difference between hiring a lawyer and self-representation.