Canadian Law Relating to National and Border Security - 6 Hour CPD Course
300.00

LSBC Approved 6 CPD Credits

Canadian Law Relating to National and Border Security

$475/ person

Friday, December 9th, 2016 (10 am – 5 pm)

Parkside Resort and Spa

Victoria, BC

This six-hour continuing professional development course examines the societal, structural, and legal considerations relating to national and border security. The course begins with an overview of the historic evolution of modern borders, examines the rise of global terrorism, transnational crime, as well as the more recent rise of independent actors engaged in extreme violence. Following the overview section, the main criminal and terrorist groups active within Canada will be identified, and the key organizations and law enforcement agencies involved in the safeguarding of national and border security will be discussed. Finally, the laws specific to border security and national security within a Canadian context will be reviewed –– namely the Criminal Code, Anti-terrorism Act, Emergencies Act, Customs Act, Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, Access and Privacy Acts, Security of Information Act, and Canada Evidence Act. Upon completion of this course, participants will have gained a greater understanding of how the laws specific to national and border security have evolved over the past fifteen years, and will also learn how these laws are applied within both administrative and criminal proceedings.

 

 For more information, please contact ksundberg@cacls-accej.com

 

The course has at this time been cancelled. Check back soon for updates on when it is happening again!

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Advanced Study of Canadian Law Relating to National and Border Security - 3 Hour CPD Course
150.00

LSBC Approved 3 CPD Credits

Advanced Study of Canadian Law Relating to National and Border Security

$200 / person

Friday, December 9th, 2016 (6pm – 9pm)

Parkside Resort and Spa

Victoria, BC

The Advanced Study of Canadian Law Relating to National and Border Security evening learning event provides an in-depth review of the Criminal Code, Anti-Terrorism Act, and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act as they relate to national and border security – participation constitutes three (3) CPD credits. Meant as an interactive learning and networking activity, participants will work in small groups to discuss the many legal and social considerations relating to border and national security. Though completion of the CACLS’s Canadian Law Relating to National and Border Security course is not a prerequisite for this evening learning event, it is important to consider that the focus of this event builds on the knowledge typically gained during the CACLS six-hour course.

 

The course has at this time been cancelled. Check back soon for updates on when it is happening again!

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