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“That is a very professional arrest”

This was the first reaction from Jessica Davis, a consultant and former intelligence analyst, as she watched the videos on social media capturing the subduing of the accused in the Toronto van attack on April 23.

International Association of Women Police awards Canadian with Officer of the Year Award

A number of Canadian women are being honoured as part of the International Association of Women Police (IAWP) Foundation’s 2018 Annual Recognition Programme during the 56th Annual Training Conference in Calgary this August.

Better collaboration for investigators, digital forensics

Magnet Forensics, a developer of digital investigation software, and Child Rescue Coalition (CRC), a non-profit organization dedicated to combating the sexual exploitation of children, have announced a technology integration that they say will help make it easier for investigators to find and prosecute child predators.
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Technologies that make a difference

The car is several meters away, with only the passenger’s side visible to the naked eye, but that doesn’t matter. A 360-degree camera immediately zeros in on the suspect — the same suspect who had been previously identified in a crowded room via facial recognition software less than an hour before. This is just one scenario in which evolving technology can be used to make communities smarter, safer and more sustainable. Learn more about the future of public safety in smart cities... >> Learn more
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Canadians hit the court for first IPA Games in Portugal

The first International Police Association Games were held recently in Lisbon, Portugal, with one group of Canadians participating: Sgt. (retired) Bill Murrell from Ottawa Police Service, Murtaza Popalzai from the Ontario Provincial Police - Caledon Detachment, Const. Mustafa Popalzai and Const. Farouk Fyzul, both from Toronto Police Service. » Read more...

Challenging social norms, rethinking mental illness

Deep Blue columnist Dorothy Cotton takes a look back over the history of mental illness to see some of the diagnoses that have vanished. » Read more...

Big problems can lead to big solutions

We commonly deal with big problems in a panic, anticipating the worst. And when we are engaged in the occupational world of policing, our perception of these big problems can be scary. » Read more...

Manitoba government say it will defend its right to ban home grown pot

Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative government says it will plow ahead with plans to ban home-grown marijuana, regardless of what the federal government decides. » Read more...

FBI NAA 54th Annual Training Conference

Date: July 21-24, 2018
Location: Quebec City, Quebec
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Canadian Association of Police Governance Conference

Date: Aug. 8-11, 2018
Location: Winnipeg, Man.
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Ontario Special Constables Leadership Summit

Date: Aug. 10, 2018
Location: Toronto, Ont.
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Calgary Police Rodeo

Date: Aug. 11, 2018
Location: Cochrane, Alta.
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