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Peel Regional Police set to deploy its first electric vehicle

Peel Regional Police’s first-ever electric police vehicle has been delivered. The Region of Peel has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions 45 per cent below 2010 levels by 2030. This exciting new addition to the fleet is the next step after introducing the Ford Interceptor Hybrid Electric Vehicle in marked patrol use.

The RCMP trials using satellite and hyperspectral aerial imaging to locate remains of missing persons

The RCMP’s National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains (NCMPUR) is undertaking a Missing Persons Advanced Technology initiative, which uses advancements in satellite and hyperspectral imaging technologies to detect places where human remains, linked to missing person cases, may be partially or shallowly buried or discarded.

2021 annual hate crime statistical report findings, reported hate crimes increase by 22 per cent

The Toronto Police Service presented its Annual Hate Crime Statistical Report at the Toronto Police Services Board meeting on Monday, outlining an increase in hate crime reporting for 2021.
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Organized crime in Canada: Combatting the challenges of OCGs across the country

Organized crime poses many challenges for members of law enforcement. The threat that organized crime groups (OCGs) pose to the general public comes in a variety of ways, including their infiltration of the public sector, private sector involvement, criminal enterprise, and their use of violence. Over the past few years, OCGs activities may have shifted to adapt to the pandemic, but their goal remained the same: to make money. » Read now
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Self Care for First Responders

Mental Health Awareness: Self Care for First Responders is a user-friendly handbook on the numerous mental health symptoms that affect those in frontline work. It is designed to be thrown in a duty bag and referred to at various stages of one’s career.

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Nova Scotia mass shooting gunman drew police attention 10 years before killings

A new document shows that the gunman who killed 22 people in rural Nova Scotia had been on the radar of police a decade before his two-day rampage in April 2020. » Read now

‘Last resort’: Police forces struggling to provide support for people in crisis

Pat and Irene Heffernan have relived their son’s death many times. Anthony Heffernan, a 27-year-old recovering from a drug addiction, was shot by police four times – including three shots to the head and neck – after officers were called to a Calgary motel on March 16, 2015. » Read now

New Brunswick RCMP officer cleared of criminal charges in 2021 shooting

Nova Scotia’s independent police watchdog has concluded there are no grounds for criminal charges after an RCMP officer shot and wounded a man in St. Stephen, N.B., last year. » Read now

Rampart Range Day and Expo 2022

Location: Ottawa, Ont.
Date: May 31, 2022
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Location: Ottawa, Ont.
Date: June 1 – 2, 2022
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