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ASIS Saskatchewan – Everyday Security: Indigenous Security
May 18 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Join ASIS Saskatchewan as we welcome a number of indigenous security leaders to discuss what makes indigenous security and doing security work in indigenous communities unique, what are some of the strengths in this space, and where the indigenous security is heading in the coming years.
Joel Pedersen is the Founder and CEO of Security 2J2 a first nation owned and operated security training company. He currently serves as a Chief Warrant Officer for the Canadian Armed Forces, as an Indigenous Advisor to the Brigade Commander of 38 Canadian Brigade Group, 3Div Canadian Army. Joel is a nationally recognized trainer and former Saskatoon Police Service community leader, and is relentlessly focused on empowering and inspiring indigenous communities to build strong relationships based on mutual understanding and trust.
Daniel Morin is currently the Director of Operations for the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority and is a former Vice President of Athabasca Basin Security. He brings over 15 years of experience overseeing complex indigenous security programs, in a regulated environment. His knowledge of not only security practice but also the importance of doing it with a focus on empowering indigenous communities gives him unique perspective on the trends driving this sector.
Greg Hurd is an invested, experienced, board certified global security leader based in Calgary, AB. Greg has led security risk mitigation in the oil and gas sector for companies like Statoil, PetroCanada, and Equinor and is currently consulting on a range of projects with a duty to consult. Greg has been active in ASIS serving both at the chapter level and internationally. He is a past President of the Professional Certification Board. A citizen of the Metis Nation in Alberta, Greg offers a great perspective on complex security issues.