ONGIA

2022 ONLINE EVENTS

ONGIA is pleased to offer various online learning/training to its members and non-members throughout the year. Upcoming events are being planned and will be announced soon. 

 The ONGIA board is dedicated to delivering various online learning opportunities for law enforcement and the justice community. 

LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

WEBINAR SERIES

There will be a minimum of 3 online webinars that will focus on the sharing of information between agencies from across the country.  These webinars will be free to ONGIA members and $20 each for non-ONGIA members. ​​

ONLINE TRAINING

ONGIA is looking to host various online training sessions on a variety of topics relevant to our membership at a nominal cost. The topics are being discussed and will be posted once they are finalized. 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Our annual 3-day conference features subject-matter-experts discussing new and relevant trends in organized crime, and also provides members with valuable learning opportunities. Virtual or in-person format will soon be determined.

WHY

ATTEND

People attending our online learning events will learn about current gang trends, commodities and the gang landscape in each specific city/region across Canada as it relates to gangs.

You will be able to ask questions for each presenter and get a deeper understanding of the issues.

A great opportunity to network and speak with peers across Canada 

Terms and Conditions

The webinars are free for ONGIA members and offered at a cost of $20 to non-ONGIA members. 

ONGIA members will get a discount to our annual conference 

Participation is open to sworn members of the justice community. This includes police, corrections, border services, special constables, analysts, crowns, military and staff involved in the analysis, enforcement and prosecution of criminal offences.

Under no circumstances are you permitted to share the link to the webinar. 

Under no circumstances are you permitted to share the link and invite non-justice community partners.

Sharing any of the information presented during the webinar is strictly prohibited