September 12, 2018

FNPGC 2018

Conference Program

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Conference Presentations

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Presentation 1: Indigenous Policing in Canada and Internationally: Possibilities and Challenges in designing the policing model that best fits the needs of the communities. Dr. Nicholas Jones, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Justice Studies, University of Regina

Best Practices

Presentation 2: Board Policy – Planning and carrying out community consultations on the citizen’s level of satisfaction with the performance of their Police Service. Tonia Williams, Public Safety Development Analyst/Corrections Supervisor, Kahnawake Peacekeepers

Presentation 3: Public Safety Canada – Update on changes to the First Nations Policing Program (FNPP). Antoine Bourdages, Director of Crime Prevention, Public Safety Canada

Presentation 4: Transitioning First Nations Policing from Program to Essential Service: Setting a Strategic Path
Chad Lins, CPA, CMA, MBA, BSA, MNP Partner, and Rob Campbell, PAED, PMP, MNP Director, National Aboriginal Services

Board Governance

Presentation 5: Ideas that a Board can use to fulfill one of its governance responsibilities: carrying out a performance appraisal of your Police Chief. Andrew Graham, Adjunct Professor, Queen’s University, School Of Policy Studies

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Best Practices:

Presentation 1: The use of culture and healing to support Restorative Justice in our communities as a way to help our people who are in conflict with the justice system. Chantell Barker, Southern Chiefs Organization, Community Justice Development Coordinator

Presentation 2: Ontario Police Act: Successes and Challenges With a focus on Nishwawbe-Aski Police Service (NAPS)
Fabian Batise, Board Liaison, Nishwawbe-Aski Police Service Board, and Julian Falconer, NAPS Counsel, Barrister/Senior Partner, Falconer Charney LLP, Toronto, ON






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