Protect Our Future. Defend Our Past.
Peel Regional Police Honour Guard Welcomes AGPI to its headquarters to launch The Power of One exhibit - June 2022
Dear Law Enforcement Professional: The picture on your left is one of our proudest moments. We were gratified that new cadets with the Edmonton Police Service had the opportunity to be inspired by our new Power of One exhibit (featured behind the cadets). We invite you to partner with us to draw on our message and enhance your professional development. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We partner with police services from coast to coast to inspire and educate about making the world a better place. Our Power of One exhibit has been featured by the Vancouver, Toronto, Edmonton, Halton and Peel police service. AGPI has also been welcomed by the RCMP and OPP - holding substantive events to mark human rights, diversity and equity.
Recently, we partnered with both the National Police Force and the Foreign Ministry of Colombia, to provide a series of comprehensive workshops about the Holocaust and Antisemitism. We spoke with hundreds of commanders and senior officers in an effort to provide a human-rights first perspective.
We are working in partnership with police services to combat the rising tide of Antisemitism and hate crime. We have already provided a number of briefings including to the Canadian Association of Police Governance and this summer to the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, the largest provincial police association in the country.
How do we respond to hate crime? Fighting hate and intolerance should matter to everyone. The Swastika is not only offensive to the Jewish community, it should be offensive to all nations who fought against the Nazis. Our message is one of togetherness and understanding that its about one for all and all for one.