Police chaplain conference planned for Saskatoon

August 22, 2017 by  

Saskatoon will be the host of a conference designed for police chaplains to network, discuss a variety of topics and listen to remarks from experts in the field.

Police chaplains provide a range of services to members of the public and law enforcement professionals alike, and the conference will allow them to share their views and experiences.

The F Division RCMP chaplains will be working with those from the Saskatoon City Police Force to host a week-long symposium and educational session, and police from all across the country are welcome to attend.

There will be specialized training and time to network and share best practices. The keynote speaker for the event will be Natashia Szpakowski, who was the former spouse of Cst. Marc Bourdage. She will be discussing her career as an RCMP member and how she has been able to find her way forward since she lost her husband. Presentation folders and other printed materials for a conference like this can be both designed and produced by a local printer.

The Canadian Police Chaplains Annual Training Seminar is being organized by F Division RCMP Chaplain Tom McCullagh. The ticket price for members of the Canadian Police Chaplains Association will be $350, while for non-members, the price will be $450. It will take place at Saskatoon’s Garden Hilton Hotel from October 23rd to the 27th, and more details can be found on its website.