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ASIS CALGARY / SOUTHERN ALBERTA CHAPTER 162 – Virtual Presentation by CPS & Special Guest: Marty Cane CLSA Award Winner
April 22 @ 1:15 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Hate Crimes Conversation with Calgary Police
Please join us for an engaging conversation with Calgary Police Service Senior Constable Craig Collins on what a hate crime is, the role of the hate crime coordinators, and the current global issues surrounding protests and free speech.
Craig Collins joined the Calgary Police Service in 2009 after emigrating to Canada. Before relocating to Canada, Craig served 21.5 years as an English police officer. Craig served his time “walking the beat” for two years as every English bobby does, and then moved through various roles, including the Criminal Investigations Department, Roads Policing Team, specialized interviewing, Riot Team, VIP protection and a specialized firearms Team, similar to the Canadian style TAC Team. With the Calgary Police Service he has worked in front line patrol, General Investigative Unit, Elder Abuse, Child Abuse, Fraud Unit and for the last 4 years as the Calgary Police Service Hate crime Coordinator, working alongside the Diversity Resource Team and the Redirect project.
Special Guest: Marty Cane, Canadian Security Lifesavers Association (CSLA) Award Winner
Established in 2019, the Canadian Security Lifesaver Association is a non-profit organization created to recognize and celebrate these everyday heroes, as well as enhance and promote the perception of front-line security work in Canada. Special Constable Marty Cane, with the Commissionaires, won the 2021 Q1 award for his outstanding and timely response that saved the life of an 11 year old boy. Join us in recognizing Marty and hearing the story of heroism from a local hero!