Dates and location have now been finalized for the Spring 2019 CPO 2 Course, instructed by Darlene Roblin (DKR Consulting)
Currently, CPO 2 Appointments are still being issued upon application of authorized employers for candidates with appropriate training completed at this level. GOA is developing transitional training to move CPO 2 officers to the same standard as CPO 1 - this curriculum is currently under development and estimated time to complete this process is 2 - 3 years.
This training course is also valuable to Municipal Bylaw Enforcement Officers as it builds on skill development regarding investigations, issuance of violation tickets, remedial orders, orders to remedy, creation of court briefs, court preparation and testimony.
Dates: May 27 - 31, 2019
Times 8 30 am - 5 00 pm daily (40 hours of instruction)
Location Heritage Pointe Fire Station
226115 - 2 Street East, DeWinton, AB (just south of Calgary city limits)
Registration deadline May 13, 2019
Registration fees $1000.00 + GST
This highly rated course and instructor are approved by Alberta Justice and Solicitor General's Department. Successful completion of this course is accepted as approved training for the issuance of a CPO 2 Appointment, when an application is made by an authorized employer of community peace officers.
The following topics will be covered as they relate to the authorities of a Level 2 CPO / Bylaw Enforcement Officer
Introduction to law, criminal code, charter of rights, elements of crime, peace officer authority, powers of arrest / detention, arrest and release (practical applications), municipal government act, bylaw enforcement, peace officer program, use of force, search and seizure, provincial offences procedure act, investigations, provincial statutes (animal control acts / regulations, traffic safety act / regulations, trespass to premises act), compiling and serving documents, court preparation and testimony, ethics and professionalism.
To register, or to obtain further information, please contact
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