Blue Line and OACP partner on 2022 expo

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Blue Line magazine and the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) are partnering on a joint venture, the OACP & Blue Line Expo, to be held on Friday, Oct. 21 at the Paramount EventSpace in Vaughan, Ont.

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“The Blue Line team is excited to be partnering with the OACP on this event. We’re bringing a national perspective and a provincial focus under one roof. By maximizing our shared resources, we will bring a more efficient, relevant, and informative conference and trade show to our mutual and expanded audience,” said Adam Szpakowski, publisher of Blue Line.

The OACP & Blue Line Expo will feature sessions curated for all ranks and a trade show floor featuring a wide range of exhibitors showcasing the newest products, technologies, services, and solutions for procurement professionals, senior police leaders, and other members of the law enforcement community. Attendees will benefit from the unique networking opportunity this new partnership brings.

“As Ontario’s police leaders, the OACP actively seeks to partner with professional, progressive organizations who share our commitment to supporting our police officers and civilian personnel to keep our communities safe. We are proud to collaborate with Blue Line to bring this exciting learning and networking opportunity to police leaders and personnel,” said OACP executive director Jeff McGuire.

Blue Line and the OACP share a common mandate of providing police personnel with timely information on issues that affect public safety and community wellness. Through each issue of the magazine and the OACP’s own public education campaigns and events, relevant crime prevention and officer education information is shared with members of Ontario’s policing community.

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