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Of Interest

JIBC develops fentanyl safety resource for first responders

With overdoses and fatalities stemming from fentanyl use reaching epidemic proportions, the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) has launched a fentanyl website for first responders...


Article: Exploring the New Realities of Policing

The Fall 2016 issue of CAPG's newsletter, Board Connection, features an article that explores key themes from Stanhope 2016 including mental health in policing, professionalization, and community policing.


New Releases

Naloxone Nasal Spray Administration
With the dramatic increase in fentanyl overdoses and deaths, this course will help frontline personnel understand how to respond to individuals suffering from an apparent opioid overdose and how to properly administer the naloxone nasal spray. This is a FREE LEARNING RESOURCE!


Introduction to Marihuana Growing Operations
Developed by the RCMP, this course examines how the marihuana production industry has changed, the serious dangers it poses, and the vital role that police play in protecting and educating communities.


Honour Based Violence and Forced Marriage
This course is an introduction to the issues surrounding honour based violence and forced marriage. Designed to improve awareness of investigational considerations, it will help officers proactively identify family violence crimes that may be based on honour and cultural values and to reduce the victimization of innocent individuals.


Back in Step: Police and First Responders helping Homeless Veterans
This free, 9 minute video is specifically designed for police and other first responders who may encounter homeless Veterans.


Scenario Based Mental Health and De-escalation Training
Created by ProTraining, this award winning course is designed to help officers refresh skills in the areas of expressed empathy, effective verbal and non-verbal communication, and de-escalation in order to improve the quality and safety of interactions with individuals who have, or may have, mental health issues.


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