RCMPTalks sessions allow Canada's youth to have meaningful conversations with other students from across the country without leaving their classrooms. Each session aims to raise awareness about a specific crime or victimization topic.
How it works
Up to eight classrooms can take part in each RCMPTalks session.
- An RCMP school resource officer delivers an interactive session on the chosen topic to each classroom
- Over the next few weeks, students plan a social awareness campaign or project on the topic
- Then, during a 60-minute RCMPTalks videoconference, the classrooms:
- share their insight on the chosen topic
- present their project
- hear from a guest speaker
Who can take part
Grades 6 to 12 classrooms in RCMP jurisdictions can take part.
Participating schools must have the capability to handle a consistent 1 MG upload internet speed.
How to take part
Review the list of dates and topics below. Then send an email to RCMP.Youth-Jeunesse.GRC@rcmp-grc.gc.ca to let us know which session your school would like to join.
- No sessions are currently planned.
For more information
Contact us at RCMP.Youth-Jeunesse.GRC@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.
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