CACP Annual Review 2017 NA

CACP 2017

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President DIRECTEUR MARIO HAREL, O.O.M. Gatineau Police Service Mario Harel, who has served the public for more than 33 years, was sworn into the highest position in the Gatineau Police on February 4, 2009. Committed to his career, Mario Harel acquired solid experience through important positions in a range of jurisdictions, in particular the bureau of criminal investigations, and in units dedicated to road safety, special events and crime prevention. His operational and administrative expertise, his involvement at the regional, provincial and national levels, as well as his proven manage- ment skills in an important police organization, are among the key assets that lend him a better overall perspective on the challenges faced by a leader in the field of public safety. Committed to giving back to the community, Mario Harel has been involved in several social causes over the years. He chaired the municipal affairs division of the 2015 United Way campaign, and was the campaign director for Ville de Gatineau in 2010 and 2011. Mario Harel is a member of the Board of Directors of the Missing Children Society of Canada. In addition, he was delighted to support projects proposed by teens and to address their original challenges, particularly in regard to violence prevention in schools. Mario Harel was appointed officer of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces on January 11, 2013. He is the President of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), and was a board member of the Association des Directeurs de Police du Québec (ADPQ) for nine years. Mario Harel is a graduate of the executive management program at the HEC Montréal. Past President CHIEF CLIVE WEIGHILL, C.O.M. Saskatoon Police Service Clive Weighill is a veteran of policing in Saskatchewan and served as the Chief of the Saskatoon Police Service from September 1, 2006 to October 6, 2017. During his career with the Regina Police Service, prior to joining the Saskatoon Police Service, he worked in Patrol, Communications, Crime Prevention, Commercial Crime, Property Crime, Drugs, Vice, Planning and Research and Senior Administration. Clive Weighill has lectured to universities, police colleges, national conferences, federal, provincial and municipal governments and appeared before Parliamentary Committees regarding; crime trends, community policing, organized crime, street gangs, vehicle theft, leadership, and the future of policing. Clive Weighill's associations are: • Past President – Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police • Member of the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee • Member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police • Chaired - Business Requirements Sub-Committee developing the business requirements for the $134 million modernization of CPIC. Clive Weighill holds certificates in Administration and in Continuing Education/Administrative Development from the University of Regina. He has attended Executive courses at the Canadian Police College, the Banff School of Management and has graduated from the Senior Management Institute for Police held in Boston and sponsored by the Police Executive Research Forum in the United States. Clive Weighill is the recipient of the Police Exemplary Service Medal and Bar, the Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal, the Saskatchewan Centennial Medal, the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal, the Lieutenant Governor's Gold Medal for Excellence in Public Administration in Saskatchewan and is a Commander of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces. Vice-President CHIEF PAUL SMITH, O.O.M. Charlottetown Police Service Chief Smith began his policing career in 1977 and joined Charlottetown Police Services in 2 CACP 2017 Annual Review 2017-2018 CACP Executive and Board of Directors CACP BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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