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Saskatchewan making speed cameras permanent

Saskatchewan is going to make photo speed enforcement permanent following a pilot project the government says showed positive results. The pilot was launched about three years ago and saw speed cameras in Regina, Saskatoon and Moose Jaw.

Case Law: Characterizing legal consequences of making a statement or not can be an inducement

Ontario’s top court has found that an interviewing officer’s comments about the legal implications of not speaking rendered an arrestee’s statement involuntary.

Toronto police arrest nine in drug and gun investigation

Toronto police say they have arrested nine people who are facing a total of 279 charges in a drug and gun investigation that started when officers looked into one man suspected of trafficking narcotics.
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VIDEO: DrugTest 5000 previewed for first time to select Canadian media

Blue Line was among a handful of media selected to preview Draeger Safety Canada’s new DrugTest 5000, exclusively for Canadian law enforcement customers. This device is the only one in the country approved by the Attorney General for roadside cannabis screening. » Read more...

Brandon Police Service to see ballistic vests, helmets, tourniquets

Frontline officers at the Brandon Police Service (BPS) in Manitoba will be outfitted with tactical equipment to help keep them safe in high-risk situations after Justice Minister Cliff Cullen announced a $76,500 investment. » Read more...

N.S. introduces legislation to restrict sale of body armour

Under the new law introduced in Nova Scotia, body armour can only be used by police officers, sheriffs, corrections officers, special constables, conservation officers, bylaw enforcement officers, security guards, paramedics and others who “legitimately require it.” » Read more...

Kenora corrections officer released after taken hostage

The Ontario government says a corrections officer has been released and was being assessed at a hospital after being taken hostage at a jail in Kenora. » Read more...

2018 OACP B2B Trade Show

Date: Sept. 26, 2018
Location: Vaughan, Ont.
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ASP Baton & Handcuff Course (NIAG) ASP1801

Date: Oct. 2, 2018
Location: Niagara Falls, Ont.
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Stanhope 2018

Date: Oct. 3-4, 2018
Location: Charlottetown, P.E.I.
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