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Two years after a gunman killed 22 in Nova Scotia, RCMP still under the microscope

Two years after her father was gunned down by a man disguised as a Mountie, Charlene Bagley remains convinced he would be alive today had the Nova Scotia RCMP issued a province-wide alert early in the killer’s rampage.

Parents of Quebec City murder suspect say police failed to help them

The parents of a man facing a second-degree murder charge spoke publicly on Monday for the first time since their son’s arrest, saying tragedy could have been avoided had Quebec City police listened to their pleas for help.

Former Deputy OPP Commissioner becomes NCACT Executive Director

The National Coalition Against Contraband Tobacco’s (NCACT) has announced that former Deputy Commissioner, Provincial Commander, Investigations and Organized Crime of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Rick Barnum has been hired on as Executive Director.
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Gamber-Johnson Partners with Ledlenser to Offer LED Light Solutions

Looking for a public safety or enterprise lighting solution? Gamber-Johnson is proud to partner with top LED lighting manufacturer, Ledlenser, to offer a selection of flashlights, work lights, and headlamps to provide a rugged and reliable lighting solution for any work environment. » Learn more
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Asking “Can you hook me up with blow?” was an investigative step, not entrapment

The police may make exploratory requests of an investigative target, including whether they sell drugs, without providing an opportunity to commit a crime and thereby avoid a finding of entrapment. By Mike Novakowski. » Read now
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With a pandemic-induced global shift towards remote employment, Ontario passes Bill 88 to protect digital platform workers further. Bill 27 passed in 2021 introduced the policies regarding the “right to disconnect”, which, according to Toronto employment lawyer Stacey Ball, were vital for the changing industry. The new Bill 88 elaborates on said policies to ensure digital workers have adequate rights that should be a welcome sight to anyone who earns their income in the digital gig economy. » Learn more

Toronto CSU partners with Durham College and the University of Guelph-Humber

The Community Safety Unit (a team of peace officers who patrol communities, enforce laws and bylaws as well as engaging in a lot of community programs with tenants), in partnership with Durham College and the University of Guelph–Humber, have collaborated to provide students with a co-operative learning opportunity, which introduces students to a service-learning approach while being attached to an organization related to their chosen profession. » Read now

Online romance scam suspect apprehended by Halton Police

Halton Police have arrested a man believed to be involved in defrauding a number of people through online romance. Investigators had started the investigation in January 2019 after an Oakville resident complained they had been deprived of approximately $70,000. » Read now

Quebec police watchdog investigating after police chase on highway ends in two deaths

Quebec’s police watchdog is investigating after two people died following a police chase on a highway early Sunday morning in St-Jerome, outside of Montreal. » Read now

Blue Line Expo International 2022

Location: Virtual
Date: April 28, 2022
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Law of Policing Conference, Eastern Edition

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: May 4 – 5, 2022
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Security • Police • Fire Career Expo

Location: Vaughan, Ont.
Date: May 10, 2022
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Rampart Range Day and Expo 2022

Location: Ottawa, Ont.
Date: May 31, 2022
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