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Toronto to adopt verified response for alarms

The Toronto Police Service is moving to a verified response model for burglar alarm activations, according to the Canadian Security Association. The new model will take effect on Sept. 10 this year.

Move it on into the Clear Zone

Peel Regional Police is wrangling retail robbery with decals and education, as it is thinking differently about crime patterns related to specific industries in an effort to reduce incidents of crime.
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What makes Greater Victoria Police Emergency Response Team tick

Saanich Police Department Sgt. Drew Robertson was selected as one of the “Top 40 Under 40” award recipients from the International Association of Chiefs of Police last year. Robertson, who is the team leader of the Greater Victoria Police Emergency Response Team (GVERT) in British Columbia, was recognized for revamping the recruit selection processes and operational protocols. He tells Blue Line more about his new lesson plans, training scenarios and what it takes to make a positive impact in the field. » Read more...

Ontario special constables discuss industry, Bill 175 during Leadership Summit

The Ontario Special Constable Association (OSCA) left no rock unturned during talks at its First Annual Leadership Summit on August 10, 2018, in Toronto, Ont. See the photo gallery and watch a video from the summit in the link below. » Read more...

‘Unflinching’ police in Fredericton ‘no doubt saved lives’

Officers who rushed to the scene of a deadly shooting in Fredericton likely saved the lives of others, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said as Canadians reeled from news of early-morning gunfire that claimed the lives of four people, including two members of the local police force. » Read more...

Public Safety Canada: Printing a gun without licence could lead to jail time

“Regardless of manufacturing method, a business licence is required to produce a firearm and all firearms are subject to the Firearms Act, the Criminal Code and their associated regulations,” Public Safety Canada said in a statement. » Read more...

Hero’s Call Weekend Workshop

Date: Sept. 14-16, 2018
Location: Lion’s Head, Ont.
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IACP’s Women’s Leadership Institute Program

Date: Sept. 16-21, 2018
Location: Ottawa, Ont.
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TACWest 2018

Date: Sept. 18-20, 2018
Location: Calgary, Alta.
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