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3rd National Policing Forum: Creation and Implementation of Legislation for First Nations Policing as an Essential Service.

May 02 - 03, 2023
HybridWestin Calgary Airport HotelOnline (Zoom)
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About the Event Two days of discussions on the development of the First Nations Policing legislation.

The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is honoured to host the third National Policing Forum on May 2-3, 2023. The Forum will be hybrid with options for First Nations to participate in-person and virtually via Zoom.

The National Policing Forum will host plenary and dialogue sessions to discuss the development of the First Nations Policing legislation. This Forum is an opportunity for interested parties to participate in the discussion on the First Nations Policing legislation that recognizes First Nations policing as an essential service.

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The virtual forum will bring together invited panelists and participants to discuss First Nations policing as an essential service and provide an opportunity for First Nations peoples, First Nations leaders, First Nations police officers, experts, among others to consider options in the development of a legislative framework for First Nations policing as an essential service in advancing AFN Resolution #07/2021, “Creation and Implementation of Legislation for First Nations Policing as an Essential Service”.

Who should attend?

  • First Nations persons with knowledge and experience with First Nations policing and the First Nations Policing Program (FNPP)
  • First Nations police officers, technicians with an interest in policing, law, community safety and other related areas
  • First Nations leadership
  • First Nations police service providers
  • Observers with an interest in First Nations policing

 

Goals Exploring options for the development of a legislative framework for First Nations policing.

Topics:

  • Federal Update on First Nations Policing Legislation
  • AFN Policing Task Force Update
  • Jurisdiction
  • First Nations Policing as an Essential Service
  • Financial Analysis
  • Regional Dialogue Sessions

How to Attend Find out how to register, how to get there, and where to stay.

Registration

Please note that there is no registration fee and breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided onsite to Forum participants on day 1, with breakfast and lunch provided on day 2.

The AFN invites you to register for the National Policing Forum May 2-3, 2023, in-person or virtually.

The National Policing Forum will be held in a hybrid format, meaning, all attendees have the option to join in-person or online. All participants are encouraged to pre-register. See below steps to register:

  • Register ONLINE at www.afn.ca. You will receive a confirmation email.
  • Download and complete the registration form from the link below and FAX it to Tash Cote at 613-241-5808 or send it by email to Tash Cote at [email protected]
  • ON-SITE registration will be available at the Westin Calgary Airport Hotel in Calgary AB.

Accommodations

The Assembly of First Nations has arranged for a block reservation at The Westin Calgary Airport. The Room Rate is $229.00 per room, plus applicable taxes and fees.

The cut-off date to make reservations under the block reservation is Wednesday, April 19, 2023.

To check availability for Reservations, they can be made online through The Westin Calgary Airport.

For those not wishing to make a reservation online, please contact the Westin Calgary Airport through the following methods:

  • Toll-Free: 1-800-937-8461
  • Hotel Direct: (403) 452-5406
  • Reservation Fax: (587) 393-6128
  • Reservations Email: [email protected]

Address: The Westin Calgary Airport
671 Aero Drive NE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2E7Y5

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Contact Information

If you need assistance registering online, please email AFN’s Registration Coordinator: Tash Cote at [email protected]

For general information on the dialogue sessions, please email: [email protected].

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