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Inquiry into Emergencies Act urged to recommend greater political oversight of police

A political scientist says there is virtue in clearly defining the difference between government oversight of law enforcement and the independence of police, although it is not as straightforward as some witnesses at a public inquiry have suggested.

Slain RCMP Const. Yang cleared of wrongdoing in shooting: B.C. police watchdog

The Independent Investigations Office says after a review of all available evidence its chief civilian director determined that there are no reasonable grounds to believe Const. Shaelyn Yang committed an offence.

First Nation launches legal challenge for equitable police funding, citing lack of resources, control over budgets

Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek (KZA), otherwise known as Gull Bay First Nation, has launched a legal challenge against Canada over inequitable funding of its police service. And Chief Wilfred King notes his nation has won every court case it’s ever fought.
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Training for organizational culture change

Understanding how to implement cultural change is key. It may be most effective from the top down—beginning with the leadership team—to ensure the message is loud and clear that cultural toxicity and its components are unacceptable organization-wide. By Michelle Vincent. » Read now

Scrambling for aircraft in N.S. mass shooting, RCMP told to ‘pound sand’: official

Transcripts of calls between the RCMP and search and rescue officials in Halifax show an overall lack of understanding of what was required to have a military aircraft assist during the search for a gunman who killed 22 people in April 2020. » Read now

Six people charged, 62 firearms sized after police investigation in Toronto

Police say they started investigating a group suspected of firearms trafficking in the fall of 2021. Officers carried out search warrants for addresses and vehicles associated with the suspects in May. » Read now

Port Moody Police in no rush to equip body cams

While the equipment upgrades will eventually come, it’s an expensive investment they don’t feel the need to prioritize, according to Dave Fox, a member of the local police board. » Read now

3rd Annual 2022 ILET Summit

Location: Online
Date: Dec. 5 – 9, 2022
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Police Tech Conference & Expo

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Feb. 28 – Mar. 1, 2023
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Canadian Policing Wellness Check Conference

Location: Ottawa, Ont.
Date: Mar. 6 – 8, 2023
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Security, Police & Fire Career Expo

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Mar. 9, 2023
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