Department of Justice

Sharing Common Ground

Symposium on Policing Presentations

The following are presentations that were given by speakers at the Symposium on Policing September 19-20th 2012.

4. The Dynamics of Justice in Northern and Remote Communities:  Research and Policy Perspectives

Panel Discussion:

Dr. Curt Griffiths, Professor, School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University

Dr. Darryl Wood, Associate Professor, Washington State University Vancouver



5. Keynote Address: Economics of Policing 

Mark Potter, Director General, Policing Policy, Public Safety Canada


7. International and Innovative Perspectives  

Commissioner Joe Masters with Colonel Keith Mallard: Alaska Village Public Safety Officer Program 


8. Policing in an Evolving Environment: Working in Partnership with First Nations 

Panel Discussion:

Conrad DeLaronde, Chief of Police, Treaty #3 Police Service


Stan Grier, Chief of Police, Tsuu T’ina Nation Police Service, Alberta, President of the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association


Rick Peach, Director of Policy, Policing and Community Partnerships, Policing and Community Safety  Division, Saskatchewan


Additional Material

Victoria Fred, Barrister and Solicitor


10. Keynote Address: The Role of the Citizen and Partnerships in the Community 

Erin Hogan, Councillor, City of Thompson


11. Innovation and Policing With Communities: Canadian Best Practices


Pete Thompson, Police and Justice Career Orientation Program, Northern Institute of Social Justice

River Stone Journey, Insp. Dale Bogle and Elder Joe Michael