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Man to serve life for murder of B.C. officer who was ‘incredible human being’

Abbotsford Police Const. John Davidson was remembered on Monday by his distraught family at a sentencing hearing where Oscar Arfmann learned he will serve life in prison for first-degree murder.

Maximizing witness information with the modified cognitive interview

Effective interviews of witnesses, including victims, are an essential part of criminal investigations. Employing best practice interviewing methods helps to ensure investigators maximize the quantity and quality of information they gather during investigative interviews.

ACFE chapter adds law enforcement member category

The Greater Toronto Area chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) has created a new “regular member” category for police and law enforcement. As regular chapter members in good standing, they will receive the “members-only” discounted rates for all GTA chapter events.
Featured News 

Golden outline design takes the gold

It’s February! And you know what that means — our vehicles issue is hot off the press. Our cover story celebrates Service de police de Terrebonne coming in on top for Blue Line’s 2020 Best Dressed Police Vehicle Awards. Congratulations to all the winners in the categories and thank you to everyone who submitted! » Read more

Federal agencies mishandled sensitive documents more than 5,000 times last year

As a senior RCMP intelligence official faces charges of disclosing secret information, new figures reveal thousands of incidents last year in which federal agencies, including the national police force, mishandled sensitive documents. » Read more

Calgary police expanding mandatory drunk driving checks

Police say all drivers in Calgary can expect a breath test if they are pulled over or go through a checkstop — an approach an anti-drunk-driving group wants forces elsewhere to follow, but one that defence lawyers warn is rife with constitutional pitfalls. » Read more

New in Off the Shelf: Guide to Investigating Impaired Driving, 4th Edition

Blue Line actually first reviewed this book in 2011 and said then that the book belonged in the toolkit of everyone serious about the successful investigation and prosecution of impaired driving. Almost a decade and four editions later, the book has become — as predicted — and remains the go-to guide for police and prosecutors across the country. » Read more
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Alberta Association of Community Peace Officers Conference

Date: Feb. 10-14, 2020
Location: Lake Louise, Alta.
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Committee of Youth Officers for the Province of Ontario Conference

Date: Feb. 19-21, 2020
Location: Niagara Falls, Ont.
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Advancing WE in Policing – Ontario 2020

Date: Feb. 19-21, 2020
Location: Niagara Falls, Ont.
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Axon Innovate: Canadian Public Safety Technology Conference

Date: Feb. 26-27, 2020
Location: Vancouver, B.C.
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