CANMORE, AB, May 27, 2011 /CNW/ - The Canadian Association of Civilian
Oversight of Law Enforcement (CACOLE), whose diverse membership
includes Municipal, Provincial and Federal Police oversight bodies,
investigation units, non-governmental civil rights and justice
organizations, First Nations, civilian police boards and police
associations—as well as international counterparts from around the
world—will hold its annual conference in Canmore, Alberta, on Monday,
May 30 through Wednesday, June 1.
The overall theme of this year's conference is: "Civilian Oversight: Are
we making a difference?"
As is the tradition of this annual forum, speakers and panelists—drawn
from across the country and overseas—will tackle key touchstone
policing and oversight issues. Topics include the "Blue Code of
Silence," aboriginal policing, the handling of mental health issues,
military policing, the Toronto G20 and defining police "misconduct."
The full conference agenda can be viewed at www.cacole.ca. All events will take place at the Radisson Conference Centre in
Canada is globally recognized as being a leader in the area of the
civilian oversight of police.
For further information:
CACOLE Media Relations at 613-952-3729