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On the Record” workshops on police record checks

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The Privacy Institute at Ryerson University is pleased to offer FREE “On the Record” workshops on police record checks in Ontario on February 17, 2015.

 

The On the Record series aim to provide helpful information in two different workshops, tailored to two audiences:

Morning Session: from 10:00am to 12:00pm, February 17th. A workshop for those who help or work with people who may be impacted by police records (i.e. direct social service providers, legal/court professionals, government etc.)

Afternoon Session: from 1:00pm to 3:00pm, February 17th. A workshop for those who use police record checks in hiring or volunteer screening – HR professionals, Volunteer Organizations/Coordinators and Employers.

 

If you are in the Toronto area, you can attend in person. Please email  privacy@ryerson.ca to register, and please indicate whether you plan on attending the morning or afternoon session, and if you plan on attending in-person or via webinar!

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