Welcome to the CAPG Education Series! These webinars will bring CAPG stakeholders and colleagues together to explore a variety of topics of interest to our community. Our aim is to provide concrete resources to boards and other stakeholders to help in the development of effective governance. If you have a topic you would like us to cover, please contact us at: email@example.com
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How Pricing Works
Education Series Webinars are priced as a one-time fee per Board/Organization per session (to the maximum of 15 participants). Non-Board/Organization affiliated individuals are also invited to participate.
***CAPG Members Receive a 50% rebate off all CAPG Webinars***
How long are the webinars?
Webinars run for 60 minutes unless otherwise indicated.
Joining a Webinar
An access code and link that will allow registrants to join the webinar will be distributed a week prior to the session. If you were registered by your Board/Organization Liaison, webinar information will be sent to them to distribute to participants. Participants can join using any device, including mobile, tablets, PC, and Macs. Participants do not need to be in the same location to access the webinar, which can be accessed from any device/IP once the access code has been provided.
Is the webinar fee per person or per board/commission/organization?
The webinar fee is a one-time fee per board/commission/organization (to the maximum of 15 participants) not per individual. Participants must be current members of the organization and must be registered.
I already registered and paid for a session, can I invite others to attend?
In order to invite other participants, they must hold current positions on your board/commission or organization. Additionally, these participants must be registered in order to gain access to a session as webinars have a limited number of seating. In order to add an individual to the registration, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does my board/commission/organization have to be in the same room to access the webinar?
No. Webinars can be accessed on any device from and location. However, we do ask that any intended participants register their name for the session so that there is a space reserved for them.
I have a question that has not been covered here, whom do I contact for more information?
For more information, please contact email@example.com
CAPG Member : $100.00 CAD + HST
CAPG Non-Member : $200.00 CAD + HST
*webinar fees are per board/commission/organization (to the maximum of 15 participants)View the CAPG Webinars Calendar
Our Next Sessions
Economics of Policing: Complexity & Costs in Canada
with Paul McKenna, President, Public Safety Innovation; Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Graduate Studies, Dalhousie University
November 29, 2018 | 12:00pm EST
Get an update on the Economics of Policing and assess where we are now in the conversation of policing costs in Canada. Participants will:
- Learn how this national initiative offered a platform for dialogue on the growing costs of policing.
- Explore international experiments aimed at managing policing costs.
- Better understanding of the role of innovation and reform in achieving efficiency and effectiveness in Canadian policing.
Who Should Attend
- Members of Police Governance Agencies
- Members of Police Agencies
- Police Researchers
- Policy Developers
Paul McKenna, President, Public Safety Innovation; Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Graduate Studies, Dalhousie University
Paul’s background includes nearly three decades working at various levels within Canadian policing, including extensive experience as a Police Services Advisor in Ontario and a Policing Consultant with the Nova Scotia Department of Justice. His academic background includes several years of successful graduate level teaching at Dalhousie University. Paul has worked on major organizational change initiatives in police services across Canada, including police chief selection, strategic planning, and career development.
Paul is the author of numerous topical articles and books in the field of law enforcement and is currently completing a manuscript for a major study of Canadian policing, entitled: Policing: the Human Element.
His consulting practice places a special emphasis on innovation, continuous learning and improvement. Paul is a devoted grandfather, kayaker and hiker. He finds further diversion in calligraphy and book-binding.
Police Service Performance Measurement and What the Research Tells Us
with Terry Coleman MOM, MHRM, MA, PhD, Adjunct Professor, University of Regina; Chief of Police (ret’d)
December 2018 | 12:00pm EST