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The CACP Executive Global Studies Program

… builds upon the past successes of the Institute for Strategic International Studies (ISIS) program, including the original 2003 International Best Practices Research Project, the prior cohorts of ISIS 2006, 08, 09, 11, 12 and 14, and CACP Global 2015,  2016 & 2017.

Candidates for participation in the program are expected to represent current and succession-ready senior leaders from police and military police services and from the broader criminal justice and public safety sectors from across Canada.

2018 Research Focus Announced for CACP Executive Global Studies Program: Equity, Inclusion and Fundamental Respect in the Diverse Police Organization

Many Canadian police agencies have refined their recruitment practices to overcome barriers to achieving internal demographics that are more representative of the general society and specific communities they serve. Beyond recruiting, progress on achieving adequate representation at higher ranks has been challenged by much more subtle factors. Despite considerable attention to these goals, the representation and vertical distribution levels of women and diverse member populations remain far below those that would truly reflect society in general and the communities served by most police organizations. And, much has been learned and exposed in the media and in the courts about the workplace conditions that continue to shape the career experience for many non-male, non-white, LGBT, differently abled, and/or otherwise less traditional members.

The Canada we serve takes considerable pride in being a diverse and inclusive nation. If we cannot get social equity right in our own institutions, we will not get this right in our service to Canadians. Thus, the CACP Board of Directors has challenged Global 2018 to deliver to the CACP community a set of comprehensive and evidence-based propositions for genuine change, well beyond simple policy frameworks and HR response protocols.

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Note : Les travaux internationaux de l’ACCP sont menés entièrement en anglais. Cependant, tout est fait pour faciliter la participation des membres francophones et répondre à leurs besoins dans le cadre des ateliers, des forums en ligne et des études sur le terrain. En outre, tous les produits finaux issus des recherches sont réalisés et diffusés dans les deux langues officielles.