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We are pleased to invite you to the 112th Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference in Montréal, Québec July 16-19, 2017.
Montréal – a captivating blend of old and new, with stone-
walled restaurants, iconic festivals and a cutting-edge arts scene. Old in soul, but young at heart, Montréal has a storied past that includes a First Nations settlement, a French colony and a British stronghold. Its name comes from its centerpiece—the majestic Mont Royal, a gentle mountain that, throughout history, has been its backbone and backyard. In 2017, Montréal will celebrate its 375th anniversary and will share with the world its joyous spirit that is bright and energetic, intriguing and pulsating with life. Come and experience the joie de vivre.
112th Canadian Association Chiefs Police Annual Conference
April 9-11, 2017 – Vancouver, BC – The Westin Bayshore
Integrys Public Safety & Security looks forward to welcoming attendees at the upcoming Police Leadership Conference. This three-day event co-hosted by the British Columbia Association of Chiefs of Police and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police is Canada’s largest police leadership conference and provides an opportunity for delegates to hear leadership topics discussed by world-renowned speakers.
The 2017 conference theme is “Leadership Through Crisis”. The conference will provide delegates from the police community with insights into what is necessary to navigate through crisis and succeed; it will do so by bringing together experts who will provide real-life accounts of the crises they have encountered and their pathways to leadership through difficult times.
At the conference Integrys Public Safety & Security will showcase: Capita’s EvidenceWorks, a leading digital evidence management technology platform with components ranging from standalone interview recording units to a fully networked, multimedia solution encompassing interviews, CCTV, body-worn video, crime scene imagery and public provision media; and Coban’s The FOCUS™ ecosystem, including body cameras, in-car video systems, new software applications, and other intelligent devices that work together to deliver a safer and more efficient environment for the officer, while providing the agency greater transparency.
Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Conference
August 14-17 – Ottawa, ON Canada – The Shaw Centre
Ontario Association Chiefs of Police B2B Trade Show
September 21 – Vaughan, ON Canada – Hilton Garden Inn
Missassauga, Ontario, – Integrys Public Safety and Security looks forward to welcoming attendees at the upcoming Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Conference and the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police B2B Trade Show. These exciting events are a chance for Integrys to showcase the latest industry innovations.
The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) presents the 111th Annual Conference “Public Safety in a Digital Age: Real Victims — Real Crime,” taking place at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, August 14-17, 2016. Discussions will encompass the growing significance of technology as an evolving threat to public safety. The conference will also include a town hall, where participants will have the opportunity to identify solutions that can positively affect police service professionals and first responders. With a balance of social and educational activities, the annual CACP conference is a must-attend event. Click to register or complete the printable registration form.
The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police B2B Trade Show (OACP) will be held on September 21, 2016 – 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., at the Hilton Garden Inn in Vaughan, ON. The event connects buyers and top-tier suppliers who service police agencies in Ontario. The OACP Trade Show will feature products geared towards helping police service professionals and first responders remain equipped with the best technology available. Click to learn more.
Integrys Public Safety and Security is proud to participate in and exhibit at both of these events. This year we will be showcasing Reveal Media high-definition body-worn video and mobile license plate recognition systems. These award-winning secure body-worn video systems record what happens on the front line and provide support, reassurance, and confidence for frontline officers.
We offer Automated License Plate Recognition (LPR/ANPR). License plates are read automatically and compared to known hotlists in the patrol vehicle, alerting officers faster.
Additionally, Capita will be there to showcase their Digital Evidence Management suite of products known globally as EvidenceWorks®. This built-for-policing digital platform is scalable to intake and store digital evidence from any source – CCTV, Body Worn Cameras, CSI imagery, public provided images, and video.
Rounding out our team of innovators will be RGB Spectrum. They will present their line of video wall processors and multi-viewers that display real-time, high-resolution images from multiple sources across video walls, projector screens, or a single monitor. RGB products are found in emergency operations centers, control rooms, simulation and training, video surveillance, and other collaborative work environments across the country.
CANSEC 2016, Canada’s Global Defence & Security Trade Show, was held in nation’s Capital May 25-26, and the Integrys Public Safety and Security team was there to take in all the action. Along with partners CohuHD, RGB Spectrum and General Micro Systems (GMS), Integrys Public Safety and Security showcased military video and computing technologies to many of Canada’s defence industry leaders.
CANSEC is Canada’s largest defence and security show, and was a great place to showcase new technologies such as CohuHD’s RISE 4360HD video positioner which can withstand hurricane force winds while capturing HD video.
The RGB Spectrum QuadViewUHD, a high performance Ultra High Definition Quad screen splitter capable of displaying up to four sources on a single display in any configuration, had attendees stopping and lingering at the Integrys Public Safety and Security booth.
Also generating lots of interest was GMS displayed Mil-Spec computers such as the new King Cobra S2U rack mount server. The king Cobra has unmatched performance, scalability and functionality in a 2U envelope. It is designed to replace as much as 8U worth of traditional Rack Mount computers and peripherals into a 2U space.
CANSEC 2017 planning is already underway, and the Integrys Public Safety and Security hopes to see familiar and new faces next year. To find out about CohuHD, RGB Spectrum or General Microsystems call or email the Integrys Public Safety and Security team today.
Tel: 1 888-509-8455