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B.C. police officers recovering after bank shootout overwhelmed by support

An officer who was injured in a deadly shootout outside a bank in Saanich, B.C., last week remains in intensive care after three surgeries.

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario’s Integrated OPP Bureau assists RCMP’s money laundering investigation

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) announced it has laid multiple criminal charges against five individuals. Their investigation discovered that over $3 million from the illegal sale of cannabis was laundered, including through casinos in the GTA and Niagara regions.

Sentencing date set for former Wiikwemkoong police chief

Terry McCaffrey will hear his sentence on October 13 at the Gore Bay courthouse. Mr. McCaffrey was convicted of sexual assault, contrary to section 271 of the Criminal Code, on April 25 by Justice J. Elliott Allen.
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CACP Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Conference.

Did you know in 1986 only 4% of police officers were female? Change can happen. The CACP Equity, Diversity and Inclusion conference, Oct 3-4 in Ottawa, helps us take these critical steps forward and improve society for everyone. Watch this message from Suelyn Knight of the EDI Committee and Deputy Chief Roger Wilkie, then be sure to register to join #CACPEDI2022. » Learn more
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Implications of shooting through a windshield

Police officers can be confronted with potentially life-threatening dangers seemingly without warning and these threats can fully evolve within fractions of a second. These dangers can challenge police officers during all types of the work that they perform, and the research clearly shows that there is no duty that police officers engage in that is completely safe from the potential for a lethal confrontation. By Chris Butler » Read now
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Threat and Violence Interventions: The Effective Application of Influence

This text evaluates threat and violence risk for various levels of mental health practitioners, law enforcement officers, security professionals, human resource professionals, attorneys, and academics in forensic psychology, sociology, criminology and law.

Currently literature has focused, almost exclusively, on the assessment of human behavior and propensity for violence. However, most cases of high concern for violence arise from individuals who have yet to act in ways the criminal justice system can address. This book focuses on how to influence specific outcomes relating to high risk behaviors.

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Memorial service held for RCMP Const. Heidi Stevenson, killed in N.S. mass shooting

An RCMP officer who was among 22 people killed in the 2020 Nova Scotia mass shooting was remembered Wednesday during a regimental service in Halifax for her “fierce” character and brave actions. » Read now

Toronto Police Service Youth in Policing Initiative, 16th anniversary

Members of the Toronto Police Service have welcomed 117 young people from across the city as they begin their eight week internship with the 2022 Summer Youth in Policing Initiative Program. » Read now

Few arrests made during ‘unprecedented’ Ottawa police operation on Canada Day weekend

Ottawa police say they “met the challenges” of the busy Canada Day long weekend, which featured the first in-person celebrations since the pandemic began alongside protests. » Read now

117th CACP Annual Conference

Location: Quebec City, Que.
Date: August 7 – 9, 2022
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139th Toronto Police Games

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Sept. 10, 2022
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59th IAWP Annual Training Conference

Location: Niagara Falls, Ont.
Date: Sept. 12 – 16, 2022
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