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RCMP analyst testifies N.B. shooting accused had videos about conspiracies, demons

An RCMP computer expert says the man accused of murdering four people in Fredericton two years ago had videos on his computer from a conspiracy theory website that included information on how to identify demons.

Training the police officer through a psychophysiological lens

In this month’s Holding the Line column, Michelle Vincent examines a new approach to mental wellness that has been brought forth by Dr. Robert Perkins, a professor of applied psychophysiology with the College of Certified Psychophysiologists. (Psychophysiology is research of the physiological and the psyche interaction, their relationship and causal functioning.)

Devon Clunis appointed as Ontario’s first Inspector General of Policing

The first Black police chief in Canada has been appointed as Ontario’s first Inspector General of Policing and will be responsible for setting up an arm’s length inspectorate that will provide policing oversight.
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Blue Line, The Podcast: Const. James Jefferson, Greater Sudbury Police Service

Const. James Jefferson, also the first wellness co-ordinator officer at his service, joins us for this episode of Blue Line, The Podcast to share how he endured the fallout of PTSD and has since transformed his life for the better. » Listen now

Canada to have own forensics team examine evidence in PS752 crash

Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says Canada will have its own forensics team examine the evidence on the crash of Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752. » Read more

Niagara and Vancouver police services receive Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Awards

The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) has announced the winners of two awards recognizing “excellence, dedication and initiative to enhance community trust and create a corporate culture that is fair supportive and inclusive.” » Read more

Ottawa Police Service enlist expert to address workplace sexual violence and harassment

Ottawa Police Services Chair Diane Deans and Ottawa Police Chief Peter Sloly announced last week that Janice Rubin and Rubin Thomlinson LLP will serve as an independent third-party advisor to enhance and support the ongoing work and progress being made by the Workplace Sexual Violence and Harassment Project. » Read more

Virtual Adrian Oliver Memorial Run 2020

Location: Online
Date: Oct. 17-18, 2020
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IACP 2020

Location: Online
Date: Oct. 17-20, 2020
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