Lucki is the first woman to lead the RCMP on a permanent basis, starting her role in April 2018. The tentative title of her lecture is 'The Role and Function of Restorative Justice in Canada's Policing Strategy.'
The annual Campagnolo Lectures in Restorative Justice are organized and run by the Comox Valley Community Justice Centre in partnership with NIC.
They recognize Iona Campagnolo’s lifelong commitment to justice for First Nations, equality for women and men around the world and at home and her notable work on environmental protection.
Each year, the Community Justice Centre invites a special guest speaker to present their insights and ideas about the role, function and effects of enhancing restorative justice in modern society.
Past speakers include former governor general Adrienne Clarkson and award-winning author John Ralston Saul, former chief justice Beverley McLachlin and the Hon. Jody Wilson-Raybould, Canada’s minister of justice and attorney general.
To see a full list of past speakers and video of their lectures visit www.communityjusticecentre.ca/events/.
Tickets for the event are available for purchase at the Laughing Oyster Bookshop in Courtenay.