2014 Conference Partners
|Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police
Chief Constable Jim Chu, O.O.M., Vancouver Police Department
|Service de police de la ville de Montréal
|Sûreté du Québec
|Seattle Police Department
|Delta Police Department
|Canadian Professional Management Services
|Halifax Regional Police
The Halifax Regional Police is responsible for policing the urban core of Halifax Regional Municipality as well as the area commonly referred to as the Sambro Loop and the Purcells Cove - Herring Cove Loop.
|Toronto Police Service
The Toronto Police Service (TPS), formerly the Metropolitan Toronto Police, is the police force for the City of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
|Vancouver Police Department
One of the largest municipal police forces in Canada, and recognized as an innovator in Canadian law enforcement.
|Calgary Police Service
The Calgary Police Service is one of Canada's largest policing agencies. Located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, is made up of more than 1,570 police officers and 803 civilian members.
|International Association of Women Police
The IAWP provides a strong network of support and training for women in law enforcement worldwide.
|Service de police de la Ville de Québec
The Service de police de la Ville de Quebec leads every day from multiple interventions that contribute in their own way, to make Quebec City one of the safest cities in North America.
|Association des Directeurs de Police du Québec
The Association of Directors of the Quebec Police is a nonprofit organization, incorporated under the Companies Act and has over 80 years of existence. Their primary mission is to "Gathering police leaders and their partners to help improve the safety of citizens of Québec."
|Alberta Association of Chiefs of Police
The Alberta Association of Chiefs of Police (AACP) was originally formed in 1973 and reorganized in 1985 after a period of latency. The original purpose of the AACP was to provide the Municipal Police Chiefs of Alberta with the opportunity meet regularly to share emerging criminal trends, criminal intelligence, and discuss common concerns and solutions on any law enforcement related matter.
|Canadian Association of Police Boards
The Canadian Association of Police Boards (CAPB) is the only national organization dedicated to excellence in police governance in Canada. Since 1989, CAPB has worked diligently to achieve the highest standards as the national voice of civilian oversight of municipal police. They have grown to represent more than 75 municipal police boards and commissions across Canada that together employ in excess of 35,000 police personnel - approximately three-quarters of the municipal police personnel in Canada.