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Stacey Moreau, the director of the Leadership Development Centre at the Canadian Police College, joins Blue Line editor Brieanna Charlebois for a conversation about the future of leadership development in Canadian policing.

Professor Amy Ramsay, former president of the International Association of Women Police and the founding president of the Ontario Women in Law Enforcement joins Blue Line editor Brieanna Charlebois for a conversation on the importance of education within the Canadian police service.

Canada Beyond the Blue is a “peer-led, non-profit organization with chapters across the nation.” These include ones in Toronto and York Region in Ontario as well as in Calgary, Alta., and other areas. It is dedicated to “strengthening and supporting” families of law enforcement officers.

Assistant Commissioner Côté assumed and Supt. Ross discuss the CPC’s modernization efforts as well as the bigger picture of the professionalization of policing. We also tap into the impacts of COVID-19 on police training and what the future might hold in terms of eLearning and more.

Dr. Lauren D. Eisler, the dean of the faculty of Human and Social Sciences joins Blue Line podcast to discuss the professionalization of policing, education in policing and its relationship to resilience, as well as lifelong learning for leaders.

Summary: Curious about the online learning experience when it comes to Public Safety programs?

In this Live Virtual Info Session you will:

  • Learn all about the online experience and how it can work for you
  • Confirm details on your next steps in the application process
  • Get your questions answered in our Q&A session