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March 7, 2019

Resident thanks detectives who gifted roses to serial killer’s neighbours last Valentine’s Day

Two forensic identification services officers who worked on the McArthur investigation, Det.-Const. Lawrence Parasram and Det.-Const. Peter Gendi, “decided to show those residents they were supported” during the difficult time. One year later, their good deed is kindly remembered.

Who takes care of the police officers dealing with child pornography, cyberdeviance?

Children are victimized every day in child pornography cases, but hidden behind the societal outcry to protect them are the law enforcement investigators forced to shuffle through sometimes thousands of illegal images. Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar, however, won’t let those enforcement officials be forgotten.

Edmonton officer cleared of wrongdoing after police dog bites off woman’s ear

Alberta’s police oversight unit says it was unexpected for a police dog to drag a suspect out from under a truck by the head and ripping off an ear.
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Featured News 
Year of the SUV

2019 marks “one of the most interesting years for police cars in decades”

In one of the most significant years for police vehicles in North America, 2019 is poised to become the year of the SUV, plus the year that hybrid powertrains come standard on both a police category sedan and a police category SUV. » Read more...

QUIZ • Statistics Canada releases results from National Cannabis Survey, fourth quarter 2018

How much do you think cannabis consumption has changed since legalization? Test your knowledge! » Read more...

Assaults on correctional officers in Canada on the rise

It is no secret that assaults on correctional officers in Canada have increased significantly over the last few years. This rise may be attributed to a number of factors such as generational specifics of inmate population, overcrowding and recent changes to institutional policy and procedures. » Read more...

Dog fighting: A community problem

We know animal abuse is a precursor to other forms of violent crime, crimes against people and against property... As community partners, we need to keep our lines of communication open and share what we know is happening in our backyards. In doing so, we develop stronger relationships to work together to help keep our communities safe for both people and animals. » Read more...
The Podcast

FREE Seminar Personal Security Tradecraft - Women Only

Date: March 9, 2019
Location: Toronto, Ont.
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Police vs. Fire Charity Lacrosse Game

Date: March 16, 2019
Location: Toronto, Ont.
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Developing Leadership Impact Retreat

Date: March 18-21, 2019
Location: Victoria, B.C.
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World Association of Detectives 2019 Midterm Meeting

Date: March 21-23, 2019
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
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