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Charges laid after two police cars destroyed

Two men from Nanaimo, B.C., are accused of using a Dodge pick-up truck as a weapon in a crash that destroyed two police vehicles and injured two officers.

Study: Opioid related deaths in Ontario rising among young people

Researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto say one out of six deaths among Ontarians aged 25 to 34 was related to opioids in 2015.

VIDEO - Not a single officer wakes up, says “I want to be a hero”

“I can assure you, not a single Toronto Police officer wakes up and says ‘I want to be a hero,’” Deputy Police Chief Peter Yuen told reporters during a recent press conference about Const. Ken Lam, the traffic officer who peacefully arrested the accused in the April 23 van attack in North York.
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HK Memorial Hockey Tournament raises $45K for Cops for Cancer

Throughout the past 5 years, Brampton’s HK Memorial Hockey Tournament has raised over $125,000 in Hardeep Kang’s name, a police constable who lost his battle with brain cancer in May 2013 at the age of 25. » Read more...

B.C. introduces recreational marijuana legislation

The British Columbia government introduced a trio of bills outlining how recreational marijuana will be regulated, adding clarity to some rules that have already been made public. » Read more...

Technology: Drones and urban counter-terrorism

The evolution of small- or medium-size RPVs (Remotely Piloted Vehicles), which are increasingly inexpensive and sophisticated, now allows real-time intelligence, reconnaissance and lethal or non-lethal weapon delivery. » Read more...

Turning vehicles into deadly weapons is easy and cheap, expert says

Preventing people from using vehicles as deadly weapons is a difficult task for law enforcement officials, experts say. » Read more...

Future Women in Law Enforcement

Date: May 4-5, 2018
Location: Winnipeg, Man.
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BlackBerry Secure World Tour

Date: May 8, 2018
Location: Ottawa, Ont.
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