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Featured Missing Person
Name: OWENS, Betsy Rosa
Date Last Seen: 1988-10-23
Location: Pauingassi, MB
Details: On October 22, 1988 in the early evening Betsy OWENS was playing volleyball at the local school in Pauingassi, Manitoba. At approximately 11:00 p.m. OWENS left the school with her boyfriend, returning to his residence. OWEN... [Click to read more]



Training Opportunity: Centre for Leadership & Workplace Performance
What: De-escalating Potentially Violent Situations
When: December 6, 2016 from 09:00 to 16:00
Where: Winnipeg, MB - Best Western Plus (formerly Greenwood Inn)

Participants of this workshop will develop a clear understanding of how to assess the potential for violence and respond with a diverse set of tools and strategies. Some of the topics covered:
  • The Role of Anger in Violence
  • The Aggression Defusing Process
  • Approaching, Containment and Problem Solving Strategies
  • When and How to Disengage
  • Rating of Workplace Risk Factors
Early Rate $198; Regular Rate $220 (early rate deadline November 15) - Click here to register!


About Us
The objective of the Association is to encourage and develop the co-operation of its members as a management association for the purpose of leading the development of policing in Manitoba and representing police leadership to the people, Minister of Justice and the Government of Manitoba.

The goals of the Association are:

To identify and promote the highest standards of ethics and professional policing practice in the conduct of public policing in Manitoba.

To encourage the professional development of members, acknowledging that enhanced skills in public administration policy development, applied leadership and community development will create more effective Chiefs of Police.

To establish a forum for members characterized by fellowship, trust, co-operation and liaison.

To support the work of, and maintain a direct relationship with, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police.


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