We instruct and qualify Police Officers in Crisis Negotiation and Incident Command

CCII offers current and comprehensive training in major incident command, crisis negotiations, scribe and crisis negotiation techniques for first responders. CCII provides the course training material and experienced instructors, which supports the hosting police service to acquire Ministry accreditation

Quality Training

CCII offers current and comprehensive training in major incident command, crisis negotiations, scribe and crisis negotiation techniques for first responders. CCII provides the course training material to the hosting police service, which supports the hosting police service to acquire accreditation by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, via the Ontario Police College.

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Seminars

CCII hosts an Annual Fall Seminar for Incident Commanders, Tactical Members, Crisis Negotiators, and Correctional Staff. The 2018 CCII Fall Seminar will be held in Niagara Falls ON, Nov. 5 to 7, 2018.

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The Command Post

We publish The Command Post, the newsletter for negotiators, incident commanders, scribes, and tactical leaders. Read articles written by professionals in law enforcement and people involved in critical incidents. The Command Post newsletter offers members a unique opportunity to access quality articles, case studies, training methods, and mental health issues relating to crisis negotiations and critical incident command.

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Upcoming Events

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The Canadian Critical Incident (CCII) Annual Fall Seminar 2018

November 5 - November 7, 2018

Canadian Critical Incident Inc. (CCII) is again very excited to announce this year’s Fall Seminar will be held November 5 to 7, 2018 at the Double Tree Fallsview Resort, Niagara Falls, Ontario. Registration starts on Sunday November 4, at 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM and Monday November 5 at 7:00 AM, with the opening ceremonies starting at 8:00 AM. The CCII Fall Seminar is eastern Canada’s premier seminar for Crisis Negotiators, Tactical Officers, Incident Commanders, Correctional Officers and First Responders. The agenda will include current and compelling case studies involving Crisis Negotiators, Major Incident Commanders, Tactical Officers, Correctional Officers and Front Line Officers. The agenda will include the FBI case study,Jack J. Cambria NYPD Commanding Officer – Hostage Negotiation Team (Retired) case study, OPP Case studies, Toronto P.S Emergency Management / Incident Command and more to follow. Building on the tremendous success of last year’s seminar, CCII is excited to work with the Double Tree Staff in providing a great venue for the annual CCII Fall Seminar. The cost remains the same as the last few years, $400.00 (includes HST). Registration includes a full buffet lunch, snacks and beverages as well as a hospitality night on Sunday November 4, 2018

Crisis Negotiators Course

September 24 - September 28, 2018

The Crisis Negotiators Course is a five day course, hosted by the South Simcoe Police Service, Support Services Branch. CCII will support the hosting police service to receive course accreditation and certificate by the Ontario Ministry of the Community Safety and Correctional Services, via the Ontario Police College. The course will include an evening case study of a hostage taking, presented by Sgt. Kris Size of the OPP, Central Region. To register for this course contact; Steven D. Wilson Staff Sergeant, Support Services 2137 Innisfil Beach Road, Innisfil Phone (705) 436.2141 Ext.2016 Steve.Wilson@southsimcoepolice.ca Course Instructors: Tom Hart, President of the CCII Kate Harrison, Detective (Rtd), Durham Regional Police Dr. Peter Collins, Forensic Phycologist Location: South Simcoe Police Service 2137 Innisfil Beach Road Innisfil, Ontario L9S 1A2 (705) 436-2141 Dates: Monday, September 24th to Friday, September 28th, 2018 Class Times: 08:00am to 4:00pm each day Cost: $750.00