The Canadian Institute for International Policing (CIIP) is a national and international centre of excellence for the study and practice of International Policing. The mandate of the CIIP is multi disciplinary and non partisan, examining the international policing from a cross section of different of perspectives. The CIIP is a partnership founded by Huntington University and the Greater Sudbury Police Service.
The CIIP will:
•Contextualize International Policing as an inclusive term, enveloping a plethora of activities and actions. Areas explored by the CIIP include, but are not limited to: police training, capacity building, military roles, peacekeeping, cybercrime, terrorism and transnational policing.
•Facilitate critical discussion of the issues pertaining to international policing from multi stakeholder perspectives.
•Establish Canada as an international leader in the study of International policing through conferences, symposia, journals and books.
•Provide expertise to various governments and agencies in areas related to international policing.
•The Institute is an independent forum constituted through a Board of Directors.
•The Board will consist of representatives of key stakeholder groups associated with international policing including: police (municipal, provincial\territorial, national) military, academic, and various levels of government.
•Membership (individual or organizational) will be a decision of the Board, determined after careful deliberation of the “expression of interest” presented by the applicant.
•Opinions expressed by the Institute and or its members do not represent the views of the member’s organization.
•The Executive will consist of the Board Chair, Executive Director, and two board members selected by the board.
•Meetings will be held on a bi-annual basis, unless otherwise directed by the Board Chair in consultation with the Executive Director and Executive.
•Meetings will be held in locations, hosted by various member organizations.