Cyr, Kevin
4-Day Fugitive Manhunt with OIS

This incident will highlight a multi-jurisdictional response to a gunman who shot a police officer. The manhunt lasted four days, ultimately becoming a barricaded suspect incident. The incident commander will conduct this debrief and present some interesting command decision-making challenges and lessons learned in the domains of physical and organizational risk. The attendee will glean lessons from what went well and could have been improved.

Kevin Cyr - Bio
Inspector Kevin Cyr, L.L.M. of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, is the Officer in Charge of the Lower Mainland District Integrated Emergency Response Team, a full-time multi-agency team comprised of 6 agencies and 63 officers. He has a master's degree in Criminal Law and has published internationally in law and criminology journals. He is an adjunct criminology instructor at the University of Fraser Valley. He teaches Critical Incident Command at the Canadian Police College.