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CYSNetwork News Exchange – 27/01/17

BELL LET’S TALK:  To learn 5 simple ways to help end stigma, download the Bell Let’s Talk toolkit at Bell.ca/LetsTalk.

CENTRE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY AND WELL-BEING launches a new program: Emerging Practices in Community Policing.  This online, three-module course introduces three transformative practices in policing that have emerged throughout Ontario in recent years. Students will learn about Ontario’s mobilization and engagement model of community policing, risk mitigation and situation tables, and the framework for planning community safety and well-being. Not only will students learn the philosophy behind each of these practices, they will learn how to apply them in their work setting.

Learning outcomes: Upon completion of the course, participants should have the skills to:

  • Develop an understanding of transformative policing practices
  • Identify how to work collaboratively with community resources in order to increase community safety and well-being, including recognizing barriers
  • Distinguish between reactive and proactive responses to crime and social disorder
  • Identify root causes of crime and social disorder
  • Recognize privacy legislation, information sharing and limits to confidentiality as related to situation tables

Certificate of Completion: Emerging Practices in Community Policing
Date: Continuous
Delivery: Online

Fee: $50

For more information check our website or email CPSW@wlu.ca.

COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION recognizes Canada’s National Celebration and is pleased to support our community in a special grants program in 2017!  Applications can now be submitted, with a deadline of March 3, 2017.  Please CLICK HERE for details.

FOOD HANDLER TRAINING is being offered by Public Health at various locations in HPE throughout February and March.  Please CLICK HERE to register.

NEWS RELEASE – January 25, 2017 –  Helping More Children and Youth Access Mental Health Services: Province Expanding Services to Better Reach Rural, Remote and Underserved Communities.

UNDERSTANDING WHEN PSYCHOTHERAPY IS A CONTROLLED ACT:  Five regulatory colleges have created a clarification document and YouTube video to help individuals who provide psychotherapy services understand the distinction between psychotherapy as the controlled act and psychotherapy that does not fall under the definition of the controlled act.  Input is being sought as to whether these resources provide sufficient clarity. Review the clarification document entitled ‘Understanding When Psychotherapy is a Controlled Act‘, watch the YouTube video and respond to a short online survey.

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