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'We will do everything we can,' British Columbia police reassure public amid gang violence

Some of British Columbia's top police officials tried to reassure the Metro Vancouver community on Monday after a spasm of brazen shootings linked to the gang war spilled into public spaces.

Group of police officers files constitutional challenge over Ontario pandemic rules

A group of active and retired police officers from several forces has launched a legal challenge over Ontario’s pandemic orders, alleging that enforcing the rules requires officers to breach their oath to uphold the constitution.

New Brunswick coroner advocates to make plainclothes officers and unmarked police cars easier to identify

A coroner's inquest in northern New Brunswick is recommending that plainclothes police officers and their unmarked vehicles be easier to identify during interventions. The five-member coroner's jury released its recommendations last Thursday following an investigation into the police-involved killing of Michel Vienneau on Jan. 12, 2015. British Columbia’s longest-serving gaming minister was asked if he would have done things differently to stamp out money laundering at provincial casinos.
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Stress Injuries, Stigma and Early Warning Signs

Stress Injuries, Stigma and Early Warning Signs

Police officers are often exposed to traumatic incidents through their work. The first of this two-part series focuses on the stigma around stress injuries as well as identifying warning signs and possible indicators of a stress injury. By Colleen Stevenson. » Read now
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Partnership Announcement

Working with top educators to deliver a practical approach to professional certification programs.

Paragon Professional Institute (PPI), with expertise in physical security and security asset management training, is please to announce its partnership with University of Waterloo, and collaboration with professional educators from Schulich School of Business, DeGroote School of Business, Wilfrid Laurier University and George Brown College in creating multiple registered professional certification and designation programs in the security industry. » Learn more

Research on risks of occupational stress injury among Canadian first responders

The Public Services Health & Safety Association, in partnership with Dr. Bill Howatt and the Conference Board of Canada, developed a non-diagnostic screening tool for assessing occupational stress injury risks among first responders and frontline healthcare workers in Canada. » Read now

Suspected overdose death of 12-year-old pushes government to 'do better': minister

British Columbia's minister of mental health and addictions said a suspected overdose death of a 12-year-old girl from Vancouver Island is driving the government "to do more and do better." » Read now

Review of federal prison isolation units 'not adequate,' new study says

A study has found shortcomings with the process intended to serve as a check on new units for isolating federal prisoners from the general jail population. » Read now

FutureCon: Toronto CyberSecurity Conference

Location: Virtual
Date: May 13, 2021
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Bi-weekly Laurier Webinar Series: Online public safety programs

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: April 27, 2021 – June 22, 2021
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