February 12, 2024 By Blue Line Staff
Date: February 21, 2024
Time: 11 am EST
Join us for an insightful webinar on how you can empower communities and police to connect with technology. We will look at Belleville Police Service’s CAMSafe Program, an innovative tool that has revolutionized community policing.
About CAMSafe Program:
The CAMSafe program, born in Belleville, Ont., in 2021, has rapidly evolved into a powerful movement across Ontario. This initiative fosters collaboration between the public and law enforcement, creating a united front against crime and ensuring the safety of our communities.
S/Sgt. Jeremy Ashley, Belleville Police Service
Staff Sgt. Jeremy Ashley became an officer with the Belleville Police Service in 2009 following a decade-long career in photojournalism. Currently, he is the Staff Sergeant in charge of the Operations Division for the Belleville Police Service, managing patrol and several specialty response units in the police service. He has worked in a number of roles in the police service – from front-line patrol and the detective’s office to forensics. Jeremy has investigated and managed all varieties of incidents, whether vandals breaking into vehicles, international frauds to homicides and human trafficking investigations.
- Understand the impact of community collaboration on crime prevention.
- Explore the simplicity and effectiveness of CAMSafe’s barrier-free approach.
- Hear from like-minded individuals who are dedicated to community safety.
Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a transformative movement that is redefining the relationship between communities and police. Register now for FREE to secure your spot and gain valuable insights into the CAMSafe program.
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