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May 25, 2019

Governing information technology in 2019: a roadmap

Edmonton Police Service’s Informatics team has adopted a globally accepted governance framework as a way to guide its business development and continuous improvement activities. After two and a half years of planning and implementation, their effort and success has been recognized by one of the top audit firms in the world, and the impact has been felt throughout the organization.

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.
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Practicing yoga in the culture of law enforcement

Tactical combat breathing, body mechanics, proprioception, elimination of micro movements, front site, awareness of yourself and your surroundings: These concepts have probably been a part of your vocabulary and training dictionary as long as you have been in law enforcement. » Watch video...

Recruiting, Retaining, and Promoting Women Police Officers conference seeks evidence-based solutions • PHOTOS

Scholars from around the globe, Canadian police officers of all ranks and other experts with a stake in the law enforcement field converged at Wilfrid Laurier University's Brantford, Ont. campus on April 29 to discuss evidence-based data and analyses concerning gender inequality in policing for the inaugural Recruiting, Retaining, and Promoting Women Police Officers conference. » Read more...

A walk through Blue Line Expo 2019 • VIDEO

Journey back to all the buzzing excitement from Blue Line Expo with this video from the show floor. Nearly 300 attendees took in the sights and perused through the 50 vendor booths set up to show off the latest in technology, services and products from the law enforcement, corrections and security industries. » Read more...

Saskatchewan struggling with crystal meth addiction

Regina’s chief of police, Evan Bray, says meth addiction is driving up all categories of crime in the city... RCMP Staff Sgt. Craig Toffoli says crystal meth is mostly brought into the province from Alberta and British Columbia. » Read more...

27th Forensic Training Conference

Date: May 27-June 1, 2019
Location: Toronto, Ont.
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CoinGeek Conference

Date: May 29-31, 2019
Location: Toronto, Ont.
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