Critical Incident/High Risk Reviews

We will provide both on and off-site support to jurisdictions and organizations dealing with high risk and/ or high profile situations where an outside, impartial perspective is required.

Our approach is strength-based that seeks to constructively examine the facts , understand the context so that organizations, teams and individual professionals can learn and improve practice.

Our team have over 120 years of combined experience in the sector including leadership positions in Child Welfare departments and child serving agencies.. We have faced times where things went wrong and faced scrutiny and examination. We know, from experience, what is helpful and what is not and offer and offer an approach that is a combination of practical, common-sense recommendations and analysis. There are no quick fixes but rather deliberate, concerted and purposeful effort to get better every day.

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Our Critical Incident/High Risk Reviews Consultants


Mark Arnold

Mark Arnold is Principal Owner and Senior Consultant with J Mark Consultants. Mark has an Honours Economics degree from Laurier University and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Toronto.


Peter Dudding

Peter Dudding is a social work leader whose passion for the profession and for social justice is infectious.  After lengthy involvements with Children’s Aid Societies in Ottawa, Lanark and Toronto, he has served as the Executive Director of the Child Welfare League of Canada since 1998.


William Walters

A consultant, community psychologist and avid adventurer, Dr. William (Bill) Walters has more than 15 years of proven experience in community-based program development, facilitation and evaluation on a local, national and international level.


Adam Filleul

Project manager with dual clinical and administrative skillset (msw,mpa). Currently working in Nunavut managing the implementation of the territory’s social services case management system and web-based professional development program.