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Ex Ottawa police chief says force couldn’t change much about response to convoy

A summary report of an interview with Peter Sloly has been submitted as evidence at the public inquiry investigating the federal government’s unprecedented use of the Emergencies Act in February.

Project Zucaritas: Largest drug seizure in Peel Regional Police history

Peel Regional Police Specialized Enforcement Bureau (SEB), through funding provided by the Government of Ontario and Criminal Intelligence Service Ontario (C.I.S.O) were involved in an 11-month long investigation involving an intricate international drug trafficking enterprise.

Funeral honours RCMP Const. Shaelyn Yang in Richmond, B.C.

Thousands of first responders, including from Washington state and as far away as Ontario, gather in Richmond, B.C., for the funeral of RCMP Const. Shaelyn Yang.
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Human nature and basic drives

As a police officer, if you want to be successful you will need to understand what makes people tick. We see evidence of this understanding in many of the processes of law enforcement and security organizations. By Joseph Pangaro. » Read now
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Ontario Disaster & Emergency Management Conference – Toronto, ON

The Ontario Disaster and Emergency Management Conference (DEMCON), is Canada’s premier emergency management event supported by community stakeholders; Ontario Association of Emergency Managers; Canadian Red Cross, International Association of Emergency Managers-Canada; and Ontario Municipal Social Services Association. The conference delivers two full days of community networking and speakers from across North America, panel discussions and interviews focusing on lessons learned, new initiatives, best practices, and on topics such as Disaster Response and Recovery, Community Resilience and Climate Change. » Learn more

Toronto Police and Gerstein Crisis Centre extend the 9-1-1 Crisis Call Diversion Pilot Project for another year

The 9-1-1 Crisis Call Diversion Pilot Project has been operational since October 4, 2021, with a GCC crisis worker co-located in the TPS 9-1-1 Communications Call Centre. TPS and GCC responders work collaboratively, but distinctly, to assist in the diversion of non-emergent mental health related calls away from a police response. » Read now

Blair insists he ‘did not ask’ RCMP to release information about N.S. shooting guns

Blair, who was public safety minister at the time, told a House of Commons committee Monday that he has never directed police to disclose information pertaining to an investigation, including in this case. » Read now

Rights group wants other provinces to end random police stops banned by Quebec judge

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association is hailing a Quebec Superior Court decision banning random police stops in the province and says other provinces should take similar steps without waiting for a court case. » Read now

Waterloo Regional Police Insignia Collectors Show

Location: Cambridge, Ont.
Date: Nov. 5, 2022
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DEMCON 2022: Disaster and Emergency Management Conference

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Nov. 16 – 17, 2022
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C.A.P.E. 2022 Fall Conference

Location: Niagara Falls, Ont.
Date: Oct. 25 – 27, 2022
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