CPKN News 2014

CPKN News 2014

PCL Newsletter Highlights LMS, NPTI, and Recent Releases at CPKN

The Fall issue of the Point.Click.Learn. newsletter is now available! This issue of PCL highlights latest happenings at CPKN, including:

Targeting Financial Crime: New Online Course from the Canadian Bankers Association

The Canadian Bankers Association has released a new online learning initiative for Canadian police and law enforcement professionals. Developed and delivered in collaboration with CPKN, this new course explores key areas of financial crime.

Jane Naydiuk: 2014 Recipient of F. Darren Smith Award

Jane Naydiuk of the BC Ministry of Justice Police Services Division is the 2014 recipient of the F. Darren Smith Award of Excellence. Presented at the Canadian Police Knowledge Network's Stanhope Workshop in Charlottetown, this award recognizes Ms. Naydiuk's many contributions to technology-enhanced learning in the Canadian policing sector.

New System Streamlines Mandatory Proficiency and Recertification Processes

CPKN recently launched a new system to help police organizations better manage mandatory certificate training and proficiency requirements. This will significantly reduce the amount of time and resources required to keep officers up-to-date on essential certificates.

New Releases: Missing Persons Investigations Series

The RCMP's National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains has collaborated with CPKN to create the following courses on missing person investigations for the Canadian police community.

Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security Releases Economics of Policing Report

The Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security recently released a report of findings and recommendations regarding the economics of policing in Canada.

CPKN Celebrates 10 Years!

Today marks a decade of collaborative learning in the Canadian Police Community! Learn how it all began in the latest issue of Point.Click.Learn!

RCMP, DOJ Sponsors Free Youth Criminal Justice Learning Event on CPKN

Until March 31, 2014*, the RCMP and Department of Justice are sponsoring free access to the Overview of the Youth Criminal Justice Act online course. All law enforcement officers or other frontline professionals involved in the youth criminal justice system are invited to participate.

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