Stay Connected Through Social Media

We value open communication and want to keep you up-to-date on what’s happening at the Association, in your communities, and across the nation.

In addition to our various subscription options, you can also stay connected through our social media profile. These profiles provide information on upcoming events, helpful resources, programs and services and more.

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Social Media Guidelines

The below CAPG social media guidelines are applicable to all of our active social media accounts.

Hours of Availability

The CAPG’s social media accounts are run and monitored by the Communications Manager, primarily during the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from Monday to Friday. From time to time, content may be posted outside of these working hours. All messages and mentions after regular business hours will be reviewed on the next business day.

Following

The CAPG follows members of the policing and police governance community, as well as related organizations and community partners, however this does not imply endorsement.

Retweeting and Sharing Content

We will retweet and share content from other accounts that may provide useful information. Although we cannot respond to all questions, related posts, and inquiries, we will retweet and respond to as much relevant content as we can. CAPG Members have priority when sharing requested content.

Commenting and Posting Guidelines

We encourage you to participate and add value to all online conversations. This includes offering feedback, asking questions and inquiring about new programs and services. As much as we welcome your feedback and opinions, please be respectful and keep your comments/posts appropriate.

Please be advised that the CAPG has the right to remove and/or report any of the following:

  • Comments/posts that violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  • Comments/posts that are confidential in nature or offer personal and/or financial information
  • Comments/posts that are derogatory, abusive, demeaning, slanderous, hateful, discriminatory and/or racist or in any way insinuate cyber bullying
  • Spam, solicitations or advertisements
  • Any comments/posts that suggest illegal behaviour

Please review the above information before participating in any online interactions. The CAPG is not responsible for other users and their comments, so please be respectful and appropriate with the comments and information you offer in the public domain. If you have any questions related to our social media accounts or our social media guidelines, please contact us at: communications@capg.ca

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