The Stanhope ConferenceHosted by the Canadian Police Knowledge Network

The Stanhope Conference

Agenda

 


Stanhope 2018: Police training for today and tomorrow

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Master of Ceremonies

Krystine Richards, Canadian Police Knowledge Network



Tuesday, October 2nd

7:00 - 9:00 pm - Stanhope Meet & Greet Reception

TBD


Wednesday, October 3rd

8:30 am - Welcome

Housekeeping and Introductions

9:00 a.m. - CPKN National Advisory Committee - Sub-Committee Updates; the year in review

- Collaboration Sub-Committee – Darla Blackmore, CPS (on behalf of Joel Matthews)
- Topic Selection Sub-Committee – Lenore Hladky, EPS

9:15 a.m. - Cannabis Training

Facilitated by Genevieve Tremblay
Update: Activity since last year from a national perspective, including guest speakers, group activities and a panel discussion (Cannabis Training in Practice)

12:00 p.m. - Lunch

1:00 p.m. - Concurrent Streams (Attendees choose one)

Stream A:
Leadership – the impact on culture, morale, and ethical decision making.

Facilitators:
Chief Jean-Michel Blais, Halifax Regional Police
Chief Devon Clunis (retired), Winnipeg Police Service
Attendees will be challenged with ethical leadership scenarios to spark conversation and uncover the skills required to be an ethical leader. Group activities will allow delegates to drill down on what training is available? When should the training start? Is there a common standard in leadership training for Canadian police services? Are there varying degrees of leadership training? What is available in-class and on-line?

Stream B:
Learning & Development

A selection of innovative projects and programs will be shared with the delegates allowing an opportunity to get “into the weeds” and discuss in detail

2:30 p.m. - BREAK

3:00 p.m. - Adoption of eLearning: A Strategic Perspective

Facilitated by Sandy Sweet
Financial, Technical and Cultural Barriers still exist, with Cultural being the most significant.
VPD, ENPQ and RCMP L&D, who’s organizations all use e-learning significantly, each share what the challenges were, the strategies to overcome them and what challenges remain.
There will be an engaging exercise for the group to confirm or elaborate on what they have heard.

6:30 p.m. - PEI Kitchen Party at the MacKenzie Theatre


Thursday, October 4th

8:30 a.m. - Day 2 Plan/Objectives

8:45 a.m. - CACP Global Studies Update – Krystine Richards

9:15 a.m. - Procedural Justice and Police Legitimacy – Facilitated by Stacy Clarke, TPS

The goal of this session is to create a procedural justice/police legitimacy template for CPKN that can be used to overlay into the different specialized areas of training.
GOAL: To create a procedural justice/police legitimacy template for CPKN that can be used to overlay into the different specialized areas of training
• Speaker – Insp. Dan Jones, EPS - presentation followed by Q&A

10:30 a.m. - BREAK

10:45 a.m. - Group Activity

• Trainers – 20 min
1. How do we incorporate it into Cannabis training
2. How do we incorporate it into Bias training
3. How do we incorporate it Notes and Testimony training
4. How do we incorporate it into General Investigations training
5. How do we incorporate it into Leadership training

• Second Group – Curriculum Designers – 20 min
1. How do we incorporate it into all forms of training?
2. What are the pitfalls to this?
3. Do we see value in creating this type of template?
4. What tools can be used for this?

• Wrap – Up and Discussion – 20 min

11:45 am - F. Darren Smith Award Presentation

12:00 pm - Lunch ‘n Learn (optional) - Allan Bailey and Lynette Gillis – High Impact Evaluation Model

1:00 p.m. - Speaker – Mindfulness – Jon Carson, YRP

2:00 p.m. - Concurrent Streams (Attendees choose one)

Stream A:
Directors Panel

Follow-up from last year’s session and further discussion with CPKN Directors
• Collaboration/Relationships
• Innovation/Research
• Competencies
• Technology/Training Needs

Stream B:
Learning and Development

A selection of innovative instructional strategies and technologies will be shared with the delegates allowing an opportunity to get “into the weeds” and discuss in detail

3:30 p.m. - BREAK

4:00 p.m. - Recap and Closing – Sharing Directors Panel Discussion

A final a wrap up of Stanhope 2018, highlighting key themes from workshop discussions and new initiatives that will be considered for the year ahead.

4:30 p.m. - ADJOURNMENT

6:00 p.m. - On the Town at the Charlottetown Race Track and Casino

6:00pm - Drinks; 6:30pm - Dinner; 7 - 9 pm – Horse Races