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Montreal police officers overwhelmingly approve new contract

The Montreal Police Brotherhood says more than 80 per cent of its members cast ballots and more than 95 per cent voted to approve a new six-year deal running from Jan. 1, 2015 to Dec. 31, 2021.

Toronto police unveil design for new cruisers after consultations

Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders has revealed the new design for the force’s squad cars after an earlier version caused some controversy.

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OPP seek to revive homicide case involving body found in 1975

Provincial police are hoping a new three-dimensional facial reconstruction will help identify the remains of a woman found more than 40 years ago in southeastern Ontario. » Read more...

Ministry steps in after corrections guard shares segregation photos

After tweeting photos illustrating a concerning reality for mentally ill inmates in solitary confinement, an Ontario correctional officer is facing a reprimand. » Read more...

In shooting simulator, fairgoers aim from police perspective

A firearms training simulator was recently placed at an American county fair by a sheriff who hoped to help citizens better understand how quickly police must make life-or-death decisions. » Read more...

City of Lévis deploys emergency vehicle preemption solution

Lévis, Que., now boasts the “latest-generation” Opticom traffic preemption solution from Global Traffic Technologies (GTT), which “works alongside intersection controllers to help ensure emergency vehicles can move through intersections quickly and safely,” according to GTT. » Read more...