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January 24, 2019

B.C.’s largest public sector union wants inquiry into money laundering, drugs

The union representing thousands of workers in British Columbia says the provincial government must hold a public inquiry to examine organized crime, the opioid crisis, money laundering and its connection to real estate.

Premier says no changes to Quebec gun registry

The head of the Quebec City mosque where six men were killed in a shooting almost two years ago wants the province to tighten up controls over who has access to firearms.

Israeli police arrest 11 after cocaine seizure at Port of Halifax

Israeli police have arrested 11 suspects in Tel Aviv after authorities in Halifax found nearly five kilograms of cocaine in a container headed for the Middle East.
Jaime Hauseman

Jaime Hauseman joins MSAB to support Canadian law enforcement and government customers

Kitchener, Ontario – Jaime Hauseman has joined MSAB as Customer Success Manager, supporting all MSAB customer organizations in Canada.
“This shows our continued commitment to serving our Canadian customers, expanding our team in the territory, and bringing superior mobile forensics technology and services to more organizations right across the country,” said Randy Whitcroft, MSAB Sales Manager for Canada.
Jaime brings strong account management and customer success experience in the mobile device and forensics industry, based upon her previous roles with Igloo Software, Magnet Forensics, Blackberry and Bell.
She will be responsible for ensuring that all MSAB customers are successful in their mobile forensic operations and get the support, training and services they need to improve performance and meet their goals.
Jaime has a M.A. in Leadership from the University of Guelph, and a B.A. from the University of Waterloo. She is based in the Kitchener area.
MSAB serves customers in over 120 countries and has been involved with mobile communications since 1984. The company’s products – XRY for extraction, XAMN for analysis and XEC for management – helps mobile forensic users eliminate backlogs and recover more data, faster, from more sources, including apps, cloud, drones, vehicles and IoT devices in addition to mobile phones.
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Superloads say goodbye to police escorts in Ontario

The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) has been busy on this side of the Canada-U.S. border, working with the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) on the current phase-out of Ontario Provincial Police escorts in the province for superload permit moves. » Read more...
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Alleged ringleader of sex trafficking operation arrested

Toronto police say the alleged ringleader of an international sex trafficking operation was arrested in Ontario and faces extradition to the United States. Officers say they began working with the FBI last August to investigate the organization and the 46-year-old Toronto-area man who allegedly headed it up. » Read more...

Corrections Corner • Forecasting gang related activity

Three-way calling to arrange business transactions, using a third party to traffic contraband and arrange for outside deals, and even human trafficking are only a few ways that offenders and gang leaders continue to communicate and run their criminal enterprise from behind prison walls... A missing piece of the puzzle has always been the lack of information sharing and communication between correctional agencies and other law enforcement agencies. » Read more...

MPP asks province to provide $1M in funding for Thunder Bay police

An Ontario legislator and Thunder Bay police are asking the province for additional funding to implement recommendations in a report that found systemic racism within the police service. » Read more...

B.C. First Responders’ Mental Health Conference

Date: Jan. 31-Feb. 1, 2019
Location: Richmond, B.C.
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Officer Safety and Wellness Symposium

Date: Feb. 18-19, 2019
Location: San Antonio, Texas
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