Partnering with different police organizations, academic institutions and other groups is an effective way to exchange information about policing requirements, identify emerging trends, and assess opportunities that offer CPC students the best learning experience possible. Following are some of the partnerships the College has established over the years:
The Canadian Police College Advisory Board consists of 11 government and non-government members who bring a range of knowledge, expertise and perspectives, with a view to supporting the CPC in its mandate. The Board is accountable to the Commissioner of the RCMP and provides advice and recommendations to address key strategic issues regarding specialized and executive training, business operations, innovation in education, and public/private partnerships. The Advisory Board also plays a role in promoting the integrity, accessibility, viability and sustainability of the College.
The RCMP Foundation, the Canadian Police College, and the Motorola Solutions Foundation partnered to create the Aboriginal Policing Professional Development Fund (APPDF). It provides First Nations Police Professionals with opportunities to take part in specialized police education and training offered by the CPC. Find out more.
Articulation agreements, or degree pathways, are agreements between CPC and other national and international academic postsecondary institutions that facilitate recognition of prior postsecondary study and experiences. These agreements recognize the training offered at the CPC and allow students advance credits towards a specific program of study. Find out more.
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