- Advise the ENPQ’s Board of Directors on police training;
- Keep “[…] the Board of Directors informed on the progress of research regarding police training, and particularly the one about adapting the training to policing career and organizations; ˮ
- Advise the Minister of Public Safety for all matters submitted to the Committee […]”
- Assess periodically the professional development and in-service training.
*For more information, please visit the website of the Ministry of Public Safety (French version only).
Among the 15 members sitting on the committee are included the Director General of the ENPQ, the Director of Training (who sits permanently on this committee), as well as 13 members who are selected by the Minister for a renewable term of three years. Two of the members are ENPQ’s teachers, six of them are from various sectors of the police community and five of them are selected because of their expertise. The Bridging and IPRAS projects led by the Chair in collaboration with Service de Police de la Ville de Montréal (Montreal Police Service) resulted in significant benefits for the Police Service in countering mistreatment of older adults. There are good examples of good practices promoted by the Ministry of Public Safety. These successful projects positively impacted the appointment of Marie Beaulieu on this Commission.
Members of the Chair would like to congratulate Marie Beaulieu for this great recognition.