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UCCM Police launches culture and trauma informed curriculum

UCCM Anishinaabe Police Service (UCCM APS) announced the launch of their culture and trauma-informed curriculum last week. The resulting training falls in line with one of the components of the service’s ‘Lighting the Fire Within’ project, which was designed to reduce risk factors associated with domestic violence and facilitate the creation of safer, stronger and healthier First Nations communities.

OPP discriminated against migrant workers in 2013 sexual assault investigation: HRTO

Provincial police discriminated against migrant workers based on their race when they conducted a DNA sweep as part of a 2013 sexual assault investigation, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has found.

RCMP failed to communicate internally and with public in N.S. mass shooting: Lucki

The RCMP must improve its communications internally and with the public, Commissioner Brenda Lucki testified on Tuesday, adding that even she was kept in the dark in the aftermath of the 2020 Nova Scotia mass shooting.
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Financial fitness for law enforcement officers

In the last few years, there has been an increased focus on police officer’s mental health. The policing community, varying levels of government and the communities acknowledge that experiencing trauma can have a lasting effect on members of law enforcement. This is a welcomed development that has no doubt saved careers and lives. However, one commonly overlooked aspect of a police officer’s overall well-being is their financial health. By Paul Britton. » Read now
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Mayors, police and businesses push Ontario for help on homelessness and opioid crises

Mayors, police leaders and businesses in Ontario are calling on the province to provide more help in dealing with the growing homelessness and opioid crises gripping both big cities and small towns. » Read now

Alberta RCMP members demoralized over proposal to form provincial police service

The head of Alberta’s RCMP says a proposal by the provincial government to form its own police service has been a distraction and harmful to its members. » Read now

Poll finds vast majority support for police oversight board

A new poll commissioned by First Voice has found overwhelming support among respondents for a civilian-led police oversight board in Newfoundland and Labrador. » Read now

59th IAWP Annual Training Conference

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

Location: Calgary, Alta.
Date: Sept. 13 – 16, 2022
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OACP & Blue Line Expo

Location: Vaughan, Ont.
Date: Oct. 21, 2022
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