The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) will celebrate 65 years of serving Ontario’s senior police leaders and our communities at its 2016 Annual Meeting in Niagara Falls.
In 1951, the OACP was established as the voice of Ontario’s police leaders. In the decades since Chief Clarence Bagnall served as the OACP’s first President, the OACP has continued to advocate on behalf of its members and their communities on important public policy issues, provide its members with educational conferences and seminars, and serve as a conduit for police leaders to share ideas and solutions to the challenges facing policing.
During the past 65 years, our association has grown to properly and professionally address the needs of our members. We are much more robust to meet the information and service needs of our membership in an ever changing world. The OACP has also forged new and stronger partnerships with government and other policing stakeholders based on our belief that working together, we can accomplish more on behalf of our members and all Ontarians.
Our 2016 Annual Meeting’s theme is “Bulding Stronger Foundations”
To all the police leaders who have served through and along with the OACP, we honour your legacy. To all the police leaders who make the OACP today’s voice of Ontario’s police leaders, we thank you for your professionalism, your passion and your dedication.
Ron G. Bain
For more information, contact:
OACP Events Administrator
416-926-0424 ext. 23