The Canadian Association of Police Governance (CAPG) is a national non-profit association formed in 1989 in response to a need for information exchange, education and advocacy for members of Canadian municipal police governing bodies, including First Nations police governing authorities.
The CAPG provides a vehicle for the collection and sharing of information, and a forum for the discussion of matters relevant to policing in Canada. As the voice of police boards and commissions across the country, the CAPG also represents its members’ views to the federal government.
We provide a unique opportunity for various stakeholder groups to come together in the spirit of collaboration, knowledge exchange and continuous professional development, all towards the improvement of public safety in Canada.
2017 Membership Fees
Police Boards & RCMP/Municipal Advisory Committees
This includes Canadian municipal police boards, commission or committees including RCMP Advisory Committee/Committee of Municipal Council with a legislated mandate to govern its local police service, or a First Nations police governance body.
|up to 10||$290|
|11 to 25||$460|
|26 to 100||$725|
|101 to 250||$1,070|
|251 to 400||$1,390|
|401 to 1,000||$4,060|
|1,001 and up||$5,800|
Non-Police Board Organizations
Non-Police Board Organization means any public body, educational institution, municipal, provincial or federal authority or not-for-profit association that is not a Police Board/RCMP Advisory Committee/Committee of Municipal Council, but that is engaged in policing, law enforcement, public safety, crime prevention, justice, corrections, or governance.
Examples of eligible organizations include:
- Provincial and Federal Government representatives responsible for policing policy
- Educational institutions delivering law enforcement curriculum
- Municipal or police sector associations
- Other Canadian organizations engaged in activities related to the areas noted above