Police-Private Sector Liaison Education Forum - Collaborating to Combat Corruption and Fraud
March 31, 2016

Join the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Private Sector Liaison Educational Forum this April 18-20 in Ottawa-Gatineau to engage with senior policing and private sector authorities on the pressing issues related to combatting corruption and fraud, as offered through case study reviews, sharing of best practices, and town hall discussions.

During this high-impact Forum, attendees will learn of the many different facets of corruption and fraud as it relates to procurement, enforcement, prevention, policy, and needed police-public partnerships.

The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance) is pleased to be an official sponsor of the Forum and will be featuring live video podcasts with key Speakers and Contributors in the coming weeks.

Some of the planned speakers include:

  • Chief Superintendent Don Bell, Investigation and Support Bureau, Ontario Provincial Police
  • Assistant Commissioner Todd Shean, Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • Norman E. Taylor, President, Global Network for Community Safety
  • Mark Sullivan CMF Head - Fraud Market Management, Interac Association
  • Alan Treddenick, Director, National Security and Law Enforcement Liaison, Blackberry

For more information on and to register for the Forum, visit: https://www.cacp.ca/cacp-private-sector-liaison-educational-forum.html?mid=316

Five Perspectives on Corruption - Interview with Norman Taylor

On Friday, April 1, at 2:00 PM EST, join CATAAlliance's Chief Business Officer, Kevin Wennekes, as he interviews Norman Taylor, President, Global Network for Community Safety, who reprises his role as Moderator for the Forum's Bear Pit Session titled Toward a Mobilization Model for Anti-Corruption in Canada.

There is a growing sense that Canada's public sector system is in an increasingly precarious state with regard to the risks and potential consequences arising from various forms of corruption. From a public safety perspective, the risks range from compromised investments and improper or unsafe practices in vital infrastructure and other operations serving the public good, to serious and complex fraud, to widespread advancement of organized crime and threats to national security, much of which is increasingly global and borderless in nature.

The Bear Pit session will examine this situation from five different lenses and in this interview Mr. Taylor will describe the five perspectives that will drive the panel's interaction; leading to new insights and solutions in the context of the entire event.

To view the live broadcast, tune in April 1 @ 2 PM EST using the following link:

CACP Private Sector Liaison Committee - Interview with Forum Chair Don Bell

On Tuesday, April 5 at 11:00 AM EST, join CATAAlliance's Chief Business Officer, Kevin Wennekes, as he interviews Chief Superintendent Don Bell, Ontario Provincial Police, and Forum Chair in a discussion around the 2016 Forum objectives, topics, and speakers.

Tune in to the live broadcast at the indicated date and time using the following link:


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