The Canadian College of Professional Policing
The College would establish national officer certification criteria and accredit various training centres across Canada, providing skilled trainers, an approved curriculum, and standardized testing.
In 1829 in London, England it is said that Sir Robert Peel espoused these principles. Others say that the first two Commissioners of the London Metropolitan Police developed them. But whatever the origin, Peel’s Principles are very important operating principles for police in the 21st Century, just as much as in the 19th Century when they were written.
Further Reading: News Articles and Publications
We encourage you to read additional materials to support our cause of improving policing in Canada. You will find them informative and interesting.