Balancing Individual Safety, Community Safety and Quality of Life

Toronto, Ontario
Tuesday, March-25-14
Balancing Individual Safety, Community Safety and Quality of Life
Tuesday, March-25-14 8:30 AM -
Wednesday, March-26-14 3:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Fairmont Royal York
100 Front Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5J 1E3
Canada

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Presented By: The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and The Mental Health Commission of Canada



Program Note: 

For full program details, click "Conferences and Special Events" on the CACP website at http://www.cacp.ca/.

 

Conference Goals

  1. To bring together multiple perspectives with a view to identifying new opportunities and promoting emerging best practices for improving the quality of interfaces and outcomes with persons with mental illness and the police, criminal justice, mental health and broader human services systems, including promising practices in workplace mental health.
  2. To advance the evidence base in support of emerging models and promising practices.
  3. To advance collaborative learning in support of such practices across the policing, criminal justice, mental health and related health and social systems.
  4. To advance new and common measures of success.

Who Should Attend:

  • Police Leaders and Policy Makers (includes Governing Authorities)
  • Mental Health Leaders and Policy Makers
  • Criminal Justice Leaders and Policy Makers
  • Front Line Policing Practitioners
  • Front Line Mental Health Practitioners
  • Front Line Criminal Justice Practitioners
  • Police, Mental Health or Criminal Justice Educators
  • Police, Mental Health or Criminal Justice Researchers
  • Persons with Lived Experience, Family Members or Advocates for Persons with Mental Illness
  • Persons with Lived Experience, Family Members or Advocates for Victims of Crime

Registration and Program Start Times:  
Conference on-site registration is open from 5p.m. - 7 p.m., Monday, March 24, 2014 and will re-open at 7:00 a.m on Tuesday, March 25, 2014.  

The conference program commences at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 and concludes Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at 3:00 p.m.

Fees:
Fees include all plenary sessions, two breakfasts, two lunches and three refreshment breaks.

Accommodation:
A block of rooms is held for delegates at the Fairmont Royal York under the name CACP Mental Illness Conference until February 24, 2014. Standard rooms are available for $179/day plus taxes. Prices are not guaranteed after this date.  Reservations can be  made by calling 1-800-663-7229 or 1-800-441-1414.

Order of Dress:
Order of dress for the conference is business casual.
 

Contact Information



  • For program information:  Veronica Sutherland, ph:  613 595 1101 ; fax 613 383 0372; email:  veronica@cacp.ca

    For registration information:  Sara Sowieta, ph:  613 595 1101 ; fax 613 383 0372; email:  sara@cacp.ca

Payment Instructions

  • Please make cheques payable to the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and remit to 300 Terry Fox Drive, Suite 100, Kanata, ON,  K2K OE3.

    If payment is not received prior to the conference, delegates must provide a credit card number or purchase order to gain admission to the conference.

    CACP HST #106842909. 

     

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