Det. /Cst., Shannon Parker and Jeff Adam, Assistant Commissioner RCMP takes the stage to share the latest news from the ECC and how you can get engaged in advancing the mission.
The ECC (a joint venture of CATA & the CACP) works collectively and collaboratively to determine the technology and educational awareness needs of those seeking to stop or reduce the harmful effects of cybercrime in Canada – both private and public sector stakeholders – for the purpose of advancing this community’s capacity, leadership, knowledge, and skills, adding, our main goal is to enable the citizens of Canada and our governments to fully realize upon the advantages of a cyber enabled world, while remaining safe and free from harm and victimization.
Technological Crimes Unit, Saskatoon Police Service
Prior to conducting ICE investigations and supporting Cyber Crime, she spent time with the Court Preparation Unit, writing an extensive Report Writing and Court Preparation Reference Manual, and also won a Superintendents Award for the creation of the SPS Alternative Measures Program. She has also conducted Sexual Assault/Personal Violence investigations, and worked in Patrol.
In addition to her formal policing duties, Shannon is one of the original trained SPS Scribes and is well versed in Incident Command and the SMEAC model. She is also the Chairperson for Cops for Cancer, which recently held a very successful fundraiser for the #Humboldt Strong Community Foundation.
Before entering a career in law enforcement Shannon was a high school Mathematics teacher, and is a former University athlete, who has spent many years giving back and coaching basketball in her community.
B.A. 94, B. Ed 98, CFCE.
Assistant Commissioner Technical Operations, Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Excellence in Prevention and Investigation of Cybercrime
November 5 – 7, 2019