Chapter News & Events

Toronto Van Attack : 04.23.2018

April 27, 2018

The tragic events of this past Monday shook our city to its core.  However, in true fashion, the witnesses at the horrific scene, the first responders, and the citizens of Toronto rose to the occasion.  We saw law enforcement at its best, exemplifying tactical training that has been revered around the world.  We saw the…

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Student Appreciation Event – Video and Pictures from Event

April 12, 2018

Please click on the below links to access pictures and video from the March Student Appreciation Event. Pictures from event: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1NjBb3mFESdJVOk3wYzGqtj_4rV3MB4v0?usp=sharing Video from event: https://drive.google.com/a/condorsecurity.ca/file/d/1tNG4b675uqmdbop9whLXwA_bjtQULMTg/view?usp=drivesdk Thank you to all who attended. We look forward to seeing our members at our 25th Annual Best Practices event on Thursday April 19.  If you have not already registered,…

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Human Trafficking Seminar – Ontario Association of Police Educators

April 6, 2018

The Changing Face of Human Trafficking – May 2, 2018 Directed to the front line social service worker Recognize the signs of a victim Speakers: Sgt. Martin DICK – Halton Regional Police Service – Investigations Prof. Dave SINCLAIR – Mohawk College – Human Trafficking 101 Corrie LANGDON – Crown Prosecutions / Provincial Strategy Casandra DIAMOND…

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Student Appreciation Event – A Huge Success

March 27, 2018

We would like to thank everyone who attended last week’s Student Appreciation Event. Det. Cst. Kenrick Bagnall provided an informative session on Safety & Security in Social Media.  Thank you to our host Gary Galbraith and the venue – Seneca College.  Thank you to the Education Committee for organizing this successful event.  And thank you…

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ASIS Toronto’s 25th Annual Best Practices Seminar
Thursday, April 19, 2018

February 21, 2018

Description: The ASIS Toronto Chapter is pleased to announce our 25th Annual Best Practices Seminar, hosted for the first time ever at One King West in downtown Toronto. This all-day event is the chapter’s largest education event of the year, and in honour of our 25th anniversary, we’ve made this our best ever! Our theme…

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Cyber Security Conference – March 1-2, 2018 – Ottawa

January 25, 2018

Dr. Satyamoorthy Kabilan, MBA FRSC, from the Conference Board of Canada, will be hosting this year’s Cyber Conference, with the theme being Building Cyber Resilience. ASIS member can use the code PRM2 for a discounted fee when they register for the conference. Click here for more details  

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ASIS Toronto Chapter – January Event

January 22, 2018

Kevin Kempcke – Director of Security for MLSE-  engaged the audience at the ASIS Toronto Chapter’s kickoff event for 2018 – The Challenges and Successes of Security at Professional Sporting Venues. Thank you Kevin.  And thank you to all those who attended.  We hope to see you all at our next Chapter event in February.…

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A Thank You from The Compass Food Bank and Outreach Centre

January 22, 2018

ASIS Toronto proudly received a thank you letter from The Compass for the food donation that was provided in December.  The Compass services all of south Mississauga and feeds over 300 families each month.  We are proud to have been a part of this initiative. The Compass Thank You Letter

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CANASA Announces 2018 Golf Tournaments

January 11, 2018

Mark your calendar! CANASA’s annual regional golf tournaments not only provide great business development and networking opportunities but enable members to participate in fundraising efforts to support local charities. Thanks to the generosity of CANASA members, over $18,000 was raised to support local not-for-profit organizations in 2017. We look forward to welcoming you to our…

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