With formal registration starting this evening, and official launch beginning tomorrow, today is your last opportunity to officially register for the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) Private Sector Liaison Committee's (PSLC) Education Forum on Collaborating to Combat Corruption and Fraud.
Taking place at the Hilton Lac Leamy in Gatineau, Quebec, this two-day Forum will provide attendees with fascinating insights into the Charbonneau Commission, bribery and corruption in New York City's construction industry, a former Mayor's detailing of the personal and professional impact of corruption in her community, and other police and private sector experts discussing case studies, best practices and lessons learned.
Hear from the Experts
Watch these three brief video podcasts from Forum planners and speakers for further insights into why you must attend.
Chief Superintendent Don Bell, Ontario Provincial Police
Watch as CATAAlliance's Chief Business Officer, Kevin Wennekes, interviews Chief Superintendent Don Bell in his role as Forum Chair.
In this 8-minute interview, Chief Superintendent Bell shares more information on the CACP's Private Sector Liaison Education Committee and its mandate, and provides an overview of the Forum's agenda, topics and speakers.
Norm Taylor: Five Perspectives on Corruption
Watch as Norman Taylor, President, Global Network for Community Safety, discusses how five different perspectives on corruption will be explored during the Forum's Bear Pit Session, titled Toward a Mobilization Model for Anti-Corruption in Canada..
Al Treddenick of BlackBerry on Private Sector Collaboration Opportunities