Chief Del Manak
Victoria Police Department
Chief Del Manak is in his 32nd year of policing and was promoted to the rank of Chief Constable on July 1, 2017. He is a graduate of the FBI’s National Academy Program and the Dalhousie University Police Leadership Program. In 2019, he completed his Masters of Arts in Terrorism, Risk and Security Studies from Simon Fraser University.
In 2011, Chief Manak was the recipient of the Sergeant Bruce MacPhail Award for Academic Excellence. In 2014, Chief Manak was appointed Member of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces. In addition, he is the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal and the Police Exemplary Service medal.
We are happy to continue to bring our members events featuring speakers who embody positive leadership examples to speak on the principles of effective leadership.
During this free, 60-minute virtual conference we invite you to learn from Chief Manak, and engage with questions and discussion, on the topic of the importance of higher education in policing.
Sponsored by Emond Publishing
For more information or to register, please contact Lindsay Sutherland (email@example.com)
Toronto Police Service
Stacy Clarke is currently the Superintendent of the Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit with the Toronto Police Service. Stacy’s diverse policing career has included working in primary and community response units, intelligence, homicide, criminal investigative bureau, professional standards and the Toronto Police College. She is known for implementing the Province’s Street check Legislation. She has received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminology and has completed many leadership programs such as the FBI Leeda Trilogy. Stacy gives much of her success to her strong Jamaican upbringing and remains most proud of her two children. Superintendent Clarke often speaks to the importance of being determined with direction.
Chief of Police (retired)
Faculty- Georgian College
Richard Beazley began his policing career as a Constable with the Winnipeg Police Service and during his time with the service Richard held roles in many different Units, among those were tenures in the Divisional Fraud Unit, Crimes Against Persons Unit, Forensic Identification Unit, Internal Investigations Unit and Property Crimes. Richard retired from the Winnipeg Police Service in 2000 and moved to Ontario where he was appointed Deputy Chief, and later Chief, of the Strathroy-Caradoc Police Service. Richard led the Service as Chief for three and a half years, re-organizing the rank structure which created developmental opportunities for officers and realized operational efficiencies. Richard also was the secretary of Zone 6, Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police and sat on the Diversity sub-committee. In 2012, Richard was appointed Chief of the South Simcoe Police Service where he remained until his retirement in 2017. He was tasked with reviewing the budget, repairing community connections, and finding operational efficiencies. Since 2018, Richard has been an instructor in the Bachelor of Police Studies Degree program, in the Faculty of Human Services and Community Safety at Georgian College.
Halton Police Service
Superintendent Jeff Sandy began his policing career with the Halton Regional Police Service in August 1997. Jeff is one the Services 6 Critical Incident Commanders, responsible for overseeing high risk incidents in the Region. He is the former Chair of the OACP Incident Response Sub-Committee and is currently the Chair of the OACP Education, Training & Professional Development Committee. Throughout his career Jeff has come to recognize the importance of supporting our communities through collaboration and mobilization and has made contributions to service delivery enhancements in the areas of incident response, training and professional development of sworn and civilian members, mental health response and diversity/inclusivity programming. Jeff began his tenure as the Superintendent of 2 District in Oakville in January 2020. He is committed to responding to local priorities and risks through collaborative strategies in support of the Service’s Framework for Community Safety and Well-Being.
We are happy to present three exceptional speakers who embody positive leadership examples to speak on the principles of effective leadership.
During this free, 120-minute virtual conference we invite you to learn from these speakers, engage them with questions and discussion, and finally, have a chance to virtually mingle with your fellow CAPE members.
Sponsored by Axon
Registration now closed – we look forward to seeing you at the conference, stay tuned for information about our AGM in September
Canadian Association of Police Educators (CAPE)
CAPE is inviting you to the Logo Design Competition to be launched at the 2017 Canadian Association Police Educators Conference. This event is listed as one of the flagship activities for trainers, educators and the administrators for police, justice and corrections throughout Canada on this 150th year of the Dominion of Canada.
The objective of the Logo Design Completion, in part, is to raise the awareness and promote understanding among all involved in the teaching and learning context in justice as well as to highlight the importance of CAPE to the professionalism of policing in Canada. The Logo Design Competition is open and the winner will receive a certificate from the executive and an award of $500.00 (CAN) OR free admission to the 2017 CAPE Conference hosted in Prince Edward Island for the unveiling of your winning design at the opening ceremony.
The contest is open to students formally enrolled in justice, police sciences and/or corrections studies at the Certificate, Diploma, Under Graduate and Masters level education OR are engaged/employed in police recruit training during the 2016 academic or training year. Any interested designers can download the applications via the CAPE website and submit via email attachment by December 01, 2016.
- All logos must be entered online by 11:59pm MST on December 01, 2016
- There are no fees associated to entry
- The image size of the file must not exceed 1280 x 1024 pixels
- The image can be saved as a resolution that will enable the selection committee to zoom in to see the details during judging, but the file size must not exceed 5MB
- Logo file can be sent in the following formats:
- .gif, .jpeg, .png, .pdf
- The selected entry will have to provide a vector format (.eps/.ai)
- preferably in colour mode
- Credit all persons involved in the creation of the logo. CAPE isn`t responsible for incorrect, illegible or incomplete credit information
- All logo submissions have to be original work
- All submissions should be submitted via the form at the end of this page and you should also submit a final copy of your logo via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Design entries will be peer reviewed and judged for excellence in concept, illustration, typography, and messaging as well as effectiveness, quality, and creativity of the design. Work accepted for the conference will receive an Award of Excellence certificate from CAPE as well as $500.00 (CAN) OR free admission to the 2017 CAPE Conference.
- The winner will be notified by approximately December 31, 2016
- No fees will be assessed
- Winning entries will be the intellectual property of the Canadian Association of Police Educators (CAPE) without restriction