Blue Line, The Podcast: The future of police leadership development with Stacey Moreau
April 12, 2021 By Blue Line Staff
Stacey Moreau is the director of the Leadership Development Centre at the Canadian Police College. She joins Blue Line editor Brieanna Charlebois for a conversation about the future of leadership development in Canadian policing.
The Canadian Police College recently conducted a needs analysis of current national training standards focused on modernizing the approach to leadership development. Moreau discusses the findings.
Moreau also sits on the Canadian Mental Health Association – Ottawa Board of Directors. She is a doctoral candidate at Western University and holds a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Ottawa.
You can also stream the show here at annexbusinessmedia.com/podcasts or on our own playlist here: https://soundcloud.com/user-381015363/sets/blue-line-podcast.
Did you miss our last podcast episode with Amy Ramsay, the past president of the International Association of Women Police and the founding president of the Ontario Women in Law Enforcement? Hear more from that conversation HERE.
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