Workplace responsibility/harassment investigator, to investigate administrative personnel Code of Conduct violations within the RCMP, specific to workplace harassment and bullying. In 2013 Erin was invited to become a coach and trainer to educate others in the harassment investigation process.
Trained and mentored investigators for the RCMP National Office for the Coordination of Harassment Complaints.
Trained investigative teams in the RCMP Atlantic Region Professional Responsibility Unit in Fredericton, New Brunswick in the process of the investigation and resolution of harassment complaints.
Trainer and Investigator for Pacific Region Professional Responsibility Unit to both investigate allegations, as well as assist with the delivery of training to investigators.
National Headquarters work within the Prime Minister's Protective Detail.
Continuous resource for the North-West Region of the RCMP, namely; Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, Northwest Territories and Nunavut, providing service to investigate allegations, and provide advice.
Development of an Anti-Harassment (prevention) training course for the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly.
Member of the Board of Directors for Heritage Saskatchewan.
Certificate in Police Leadership with a Law & Justice Concentration, from Dalhousie University. A component of this certification included the laws of human rights.
Certification in Coaching for Success, Culture and Conflict, Team Leadership, Coaching for Effective Leadership, Interest Based Negotiation, Crisis Negotiation, Active Leadership in Values and Ethics, and Workplace Responsibility Investigation.
Certification as a Health and Safety Administrator.
Erin is available for keynote presentations as well as lunch and learn sessions on the following topics:
Workplace Harassment Prevention
Defining the Respectful Workplace through Policy, Action and Accountability
How to Identify, Stop and Prevent Discrimination in the Workplace