Webinars are a great way to brush up on your skills and learn some new tricks. Because they are inexpensive to run, they are inexpensive (or free!) to take.
On March 12, 2018 the new and improved OALEP.ca website launched. The site features many of the suggestions that members brought forward in the 2017 member survey. Below is a brief overview of our new website.
by Jen Ghadiali, OALEP Program Director
OALEP’s Spring Symposium is rapidly approaching. Planners from law enforcement and public safety agencies across Ontario (and broader) will be gathering at the beautiful Horseshoe Resort in Barrie, May 8-10th to network, share ideas and information, and hear from distinguished speakers on some of the most pressing issues facing law enforcement in 2018.
Policing has always been dynamic, evolving in response to a changing environment. However, police services in Canada, and worldwide, are in the midst of a period of unprecedented change. This rapidly changing landscape has led to increased demands on police services and a need to examine our organizations and delivery of services.
Statistics Canada has published several reports recently that relate to Cannabis use and Opioid Awareness.
The Canadian Cannabis Survey, 2017 report covers the following themes:
- Knowledge, attitudes and behaviors;
- Cannabis use and products used;
- Driving and cannabis; and
- Cannabis for medical purposes.
You can download the report here.
Thank you to those members who contributed to the January issue of the Blueprint!
Please click here to download the results for the OALEP 2017 Member Survey.