CACP Annual Review 2017 NA

CACP 2017

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CACP COMMITTEES 22 CACP 2017 Annual Review CANADIAN AVIATION SECURITY COMMITTEE Co-Chairs: Ms Dawn Kohinski, Director Security; Airside Safety, Winnipeg Airport Authority and Supt. Steve Barlow, Calgary Police Service Mandate: Make recommendations, influence and advance airport safety and aviation security through collaborative efforts. Strategic priorities/objectives: Link to the RCMP priorities and initiatives to: 1. Address threats to airport safety and aviation security 2. Strengthen coordination, collaboration and integration among airport safety and aviation security, and 3. Address the criminal exploitation of the vulnerabilities in the aviation transportation system. Initiatives Planned 2017/2018: • The committee will be working to determine whether the current mandate is still valid and on the development of a go-forward strategy. CANADIAN TRI-SERVICES EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Co-chairs: A/Supt. Don Campbell, Toronto Police Service, Chief John deHooge (Rtd), Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs, and Commander Bik Chawla, Policy and Project Management, Toronto Emergency Medical Services Mandate: This committee exists to champion integrated, interoperable and unified emergency management: 1. Through formal relationships with police, fire and emergency medical services (CACP, CAFC, PCC), 2. In consultation and collaboration with other emergency management partners and agencies, 3. By promoting and providing tri-services' input in support of the emergency management framework for Canada and associated strategies and action plans, and 4. Based on an all hazards approach that addresses the prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery pillars of emergency management. Strategic priorities/objectives: • Serve as a conduit to recognized sources on emergency management related research, policy, plans and standards. • Promote interoperability and alignment amongst the tri-services, in collaboration with other emergency management partners and committees. • Explore tri-service training opportunities and requirements to enhance emergency management capabilities and capacity. • Engage with other emergency management partners and agencies across Canada to pursue opportunities for synergy across the broader responder community. • Examine federal, provincial/ territorial, and municipal emergency management legislative and policy issues, and provide informed tri-service recommendations on critical and emerging issues. • Improve understanding of the current state of Canadian emergency management. Significant Accomplishments 2016/2017: • Public Safety Canada engaged the CTSEMC in a stakeholder consultation session, seeking members' input into the next national emergency management plan due for release in 2018. • A strategic planning session was held in Halifax, Nova Scotia during the Paramedic Chiefs of Canada annual conference. An updated vision and mission statement is awaiting finalization. • Partnered with Motorola Solutions in presenting the 2017 CACP/Motorola Emergency Preparedness Awards by judging the submissions and facilitating the awards process. 2017 CACP COMMITTEE PROFILES These committee profiles summarize the CACP committee mandates, strategic priorities and objectives, significant accomplishments for 2016 - 2017 and initiatives planned for 2017 - 2018. Detailed information, including annual reports and membership lists, is available on the CACP website at www.cacp.ca.

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