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Members News – October 18, 2019

  • On Thursday, November 28, 2019 at 1:00 p.m., the Ontario Police College (OPC) will be holding the OPC Basic Constable Training (BCT) March Past and Review Ceremony for classes BC-1921 to BC-1930. All police officers attending are requested to wear their No. 1 dress uniform. On this occasion 443 recruits are expected to be marching past.  The keynote speaker is Chief Gary Conn of the Chatham-Kent Police Service. Police services are requested to advise OPC of the number of officers and staff attending this ceremony.  Please RSVP to Sherrie Tonks at or by phone 519-773-4201. Deadline to RSVP is Friday, November 15, 2019.
  • Ontario’s Ceremony of Remembrance will take place on Monday, November 11, 10:45 am at the Ontario Veterans’ Memorial at Queen’s Park.
  • Special Olympics Ontario will host its 2019 Annual General Meeting and Sports Awards Recognition Evening on October 24, 2019 at the Toronto Don Valley Hotel, 175 Wynford Drive, Toronto. For more information about Special Olympics Ontario, click here.
  • The Ontario Association of Law Enforcement Planners (OALEP) is hosting its 2019 OALEP Fall Symposium on October 30 and 31, 2019 at the York Regional Police Training Facility, 70 Bales Drive, East Gwillimbury, Ontario. The symposium’s theme is “Adopting Change, Adapting Culture” and will highlight the great work being done at York Regional Police.  The planning team has done a great job lining up speakers to present on business intelligence, front-line efficiencies and evaluation, and the various breakthrough cultural change projects.  Guelph Police will also be presenting an overview of their shift schedule review, and the Region of York will present on process improvement methods. For more information, please click here.
  • On November 21, 2019 the Ottawa Police Service will hold its 1st Annual Retail Theft Conference.The conference will be held at the EY Center and is open to Loss Prevention Officers, Security Partners, BIA's and other police services. The focus on the conference is to raise awareness of retail theft and to provide opportunities to network and share strategies. Space is limited, and we encourage you are your team to register early.For registration and further information, please click here.


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