CEW

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CEWCosmetic Executive Women (est. 1954)
CEWCatholic Education Week
CEWCost Estimate Worksheet (various organizations)
CEWCenter for the Education of Women (University of Michigan)
CEWConducted Energy Weapon (defensive law enforcement weapon)
CEWCivilian Expeditionary Workforce (US DoD)
CEWCruyplants Eloy Wagemans (law firm; Belgium)
CEWClean Energy Works (Washington, DC)
CEWChristian Experience Weekend
CEWControlled Environment Warehouse
CEWContinuing Education Workshop
CEWConstruction Electrician (Wiring)
CEWCentimetric Early Warning (radar)
CEWClinton Engineer Works (former official name of the WWII Manhattan Project site at Oak Ridge, TN)
CEWCivil Engineering Works (insurance)
CEWCounter Electronic Warfare
CEWCoextrusion Welding
CEWComputer Elements Workshop (IEEE Workshop)
CEWCorporate Equity Withdrawal (economics)
CEWCommunity Events Week (Reuters)
CEWConstructions Électriques Westendorp (French: Westendorp Electrical Construction)
CEWClub Éditeur Web (French: Web Editor Club)
CEWCercle Équestre de Waimes (French: Waimes Equestrian Circle; Waimes, Belgium)
CEWClub Escalade Wittelsheim (French: Wittelsheim Climbing Club; Wittelsheim, France)
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In his official capacity, Bennett is in charge of a Community Policing Shift and manages the conducted energy weapon program.
The death of Robert Dziekanski in 2007 at the Vancouver airport resulted in the Braidwood Inquiry (Braidwood 2010) finding clear evidence of RCMP perjury and collusion, and analysis of the lethality of conducted energy weapons. Likewise the 2007 Ipperwash Inquiry, the 2008 Taman Inquiry, and the 2012 Morden independent review of the G20 summit in Toronto generated a wide range of administrative, operational, planning, training and civilian governance insights.
The use of conducted energy weapons like TASERs and stun guns are proliferative throughout the United States, carried by law enforcement officials and civilians alike.
* The unanimous report of the Special Committee to Inquire into the Use of Conducted Energy Weapons and to Audit Selected Police Complaints, which recommended: provincial governmental action to advocate for the establishment of national electrical safety standards for new conducted energy weapons; that police officers provide more information on the communication techniques they use to de-escalate a crisis; and that there be ongoing evaluation of crisis intervention and de-escalation training.
The Special Committee to Inquire into the Use of Conducted Energy Weapons and to Audit Selected Police Complaints has begun its review of the implementation of Justice Braidwood's 2009 recommendations on the use of conducted energy weapons (TASERs), as well as an audit of the outcome of randomly selected police complaints (under Part 11 of the Police Act).
The Special Committee to Inquire into the Use of Conducted Energy Weapons and to Audit Selected Police Complaints was also appointed pursuant to statute to conduct a review of the implementation of Justice Braidwood's 2009 recommendations on the use of conducted energy weapons and to audit the outcome of randomly selected police complaints under Part 11 of the Police Act.