Dr Anna Souhami assisting Mass Casualty Commission in Canada
Mon 22 August 2022
Dr Anna Souhami has been participating in the proceedings of the Mass Casualty Commission in Canada. The Commission is an independent, public inquiry established to examine the causes, context and circumstances of a mass casualty in rural Nova Scotia in April 2020, in which 23 people died. The Commission will be providing recommendations in a range of related areas, including the responses and organisation of policing in rural and remote areas.
Dr Souhami is a leading scholar in rural and remote policing and police/community relationships and was appointed as Consultant to the Commission in 2021. She has provided an expert report on rural and remote policing, and has participated in the public proceedings intended to inform the Commission’s decision making.
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