February 11: Roundtable – The Challenges of United Nations Policing


Please join us from 6:45-­8:30pm on the evening of February 11th  at 165 University Avenue for a discussion on  The Challenges of United Nations Policing. Retired RCMP officer Larry Busch will describe the strengths and weaknesses of United Nations Policing Operations. The event will begin by serving coffee & cookies and will be followed by a reception including wine and hors d’oeuvres.

Speaker Biography:

Larry Busch is a retired R.C.M.P. officer having served 35 years in a variety of enforcement and senior managerial positions across Canada. He also served in a number of executive policing positions on three United Nations Peacekeeping missions as well as having served as a police advisor at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.

He has several years of uniformed enforcement experience; many years of experience within the RCMP’s technical investigations unit with numerous in-service training courses in electronic and physical surveillance. He has been declared an “expert” in many Canadian criminal courts.

For many years, Mr. Busch was in charge of the RCMP’s VIP Security Section for Ontario. As such, he was ultimately responsible for the security of over 100 Foreign Consulates and Consuls General in the GTA. His responsibilities included the security of the Prime Minister of Canada, Governers General, Federal Members of Parliament and Internationally Protected Persons visiting Ontario including many Presidents of the United States of America, members of the Royal Family and Heads of State from around the world.

165 University Ave. 4th Floor – 6:45-8:30pm

Member Price: $ 20
Non-­Member Price: $ 25
Students: $ 15
NCC Student Member: Free

Please RSVP by Feb. 8th, 2013:
Email: rsvp@atlantic-­council.ca
Phone: (416)-­979-­1875

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