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May 16, 2019

Seneca College’s police foundations program turns 50

Students, alumni, employees and special guests gathered to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the longest-running law enforcement program in Ontario. Two distinguished guests currently working in law enforcement were also honoured during a special Senecans of Distinction Awards presentation.

Toronto Crime Stoppers hosts 23rd Chief of Police Dinner • PHOTOS

On May 8, Toronto Crime Stoppers hosted their 23rd Chief of Police Dinner in honour of Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders at the Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex and celebrated successes while also revealing additional initiatives and partnerships to come.

Crime scene mapping tool, 3D-Hawk, can turn scenes into virtual 3D models

When officers arrive at a crime or crash scene, they have to spend a lot of time looking for evidence, processing it, taking photos of it, and documenting. To help make this process more efficient, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) has teamed up with the Israeli Police to invest in a new tool.
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Listen in to Episode Three of Blue Line, The Podcast

In the third episode of Blue Line, The Podcast, we speak with Det.-Sgt. Kyle Kanstein of the Ontario Provincial Police Serious Fraud Office about integrated investigations, “the human cost to fraud” and more. Plus, what makes some fraud cases more serious than others? Thank you to Altia-ABM for sponsoring the first three episodes of our podcast! » Read more...

Flood relief work underway in Ottawa River Valley • PHOTOS

Thank you to Boris Milinkovich, a member of the military police helping with flood relief in the Ottawa River Valley, for sharing photos from last weekend of Operation LENTUS, the Canadian Armed Forces response to natural disasters in Canada. » Read more...

Why criminals look to Canada to launder their money through real estate

News that some $5 billion was laundered through British Columbia’s real estate market in 2018 comes as no surprise to experts, as Canada’s weak money-laundering laws make it an attractive spot to park ill-gotten cash. » Read more...

Manitoba reducing number of people in jail, still has highest prison rates

A Statistics Canada report released on last week said Manitoba has the highest incarceration rate in Canada — 231 adults per 100,000 population. » Read more...

SMILE Conference 2019

Date: May 20-22, 2019
Location: Houston, Texas
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2018 Niagara Counterfeit and Fraud Workshop

Date: May 22-23, 2019
Location: Niagara Falls, Ont.
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2019 OAPSB Spring Conference & AGM

Date: May 22-25, 2019
Location: Windsor, Ont.
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ABLE 26th Annual Scholarship Awards Ball

Date: May 25, 2019
Location: Burlington, Ont.
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