Global Cybercrime in Policing Study - Interview with CACP Program Director Norm Taylor reveals the Three Truths
June 30, 2015

Watch CATAAlliance's Chief Business Officer Kevin Wennekes as he interviews Norm Taylor, Program Director and co-founder of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) Executive Global Studies Program as he relates details on research results emerging from a nine-country global study into the most effective roles for police within collaborative, public-private frameworks for addressing cyber crime at national and local levels. Hear Mr. Taylor explain the "3 Truths" of Cybercrime in Policing that emerged from the findings.

Mr. Taylor is also serving on the National Policing Cybercrime Summit (NCPS) steering committee and will be facilitating the planned Bear Pit, which will serve as the Summit's critical wrap-up and strategy-setting session.

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Watch Video Interview with Summit Partners

Watch CATAAlliance's Chief Business Officer Kevin Wennekes as he speaks with CACP representatives Eldon Amoroso, Technical Advisor and recent- past ICT Committee Chair, and Christine Robson,  IT Manager, Durham Regional Police, regarding the Summit including updates on confirmed speakers and an insider's view on the unique offerings provided through the Executive Boardroom experience. Also gain from their personal insights into the challenges facing law enforcement agencies in their battle against cybercrime.

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View CATAAlliance's  developing series of videos related to the advancement of a National Public Safety Broadband Network in Canada.

All housed in one convenient location, with new interviews to be added as they happen:

Speakers in this series include: Eric Torunski, Executive Director of the Canadian Interoperability Technology Interest Group; Steve Palmer, Executive Director of the Collaborative Centre for Justice and Safety at the University of Regina; Honourable Vernon White, Senator, Senate of Canada; Ernest MacGillivray, Alignment Champion, Public Safety, Province of New Brunswick; Pierre Poirier, Executive Director of the Paramedic Association of Canada; Dr. Yasser Morgan, principle investigator for the Bridging Research and Interoperability Collaboration (BRIC) initiative, University of Regina; and Prithu Prakash, Director Business Development, Public Safety & Security for General Dynamics Canada.

You can view other interviews featuring noted public safety leaders covering a wide range of topics on Kevin Wennekes'  YouTube channel.

Also recently launched,  a complete compilation of over 40 public-safety related videos with more being added each week.