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‘Enough is enough’ Port Coquitlam council fires shots at feds over RCMP body cam rollout

Nearly all councillors said federal funds should pay for the upgrades instead of municipal taxpayers. The motion to defer spending more than $200,000 next year, along with other next-generation services, was put forward during the adoption of the city’s annual capital plan on Dec. 13.

Officer who survived deadly avalanche making ‘incremental progress’: City of Nelson

Const. Mathieu Nolet remains in the ICU of a local area hospital, a week after the avalanche just north of Kaslo, B.C., that claimed the life of Const. Wade Tittemore while they were skiing off-duty.

Serious Incident Response Team (SIRT) operational in Saskatchewan

Acting under the Civilian Executive Director, SIRT members will investigate matters where serious injury or death may have occurred while in the custody of police, as a result of the actions of a police officer, or where sexual assault or interpersonal violence involving police are alleged.
CS Roundtable

Emergency Management: Are Your Prepared?

Recently, a group of emergency management professionals met to discuss everything from mental health in the profession to the lasting impacts of the pandemic to best practices and lessons learned in disaster mitigation, preparation, response and recovery. Learn what these experts had to say! Sponsored by the Emergency Management Group and Base Camp Connect. » Learn more
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Thirty-five years of police experience: Finding the sweet spot for a disciplined police department

A hallmark of a good police department is its level of discipline within the agency. A disciplined police department will be respected and trusted because its “customers” will know holds its police officers accountable for their actions. A further sign of that excellence is when the officers hold themselves accountable and self-police to ensure their agency and its mission stay in check. By Tom Wetzel. » Read now
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Annex Bookstore

Interviewing and Investigation, 4th Edition

Written for both students and practitioners, Interviewing and Investigation, 4th Edition offers a comprehensive overview of evidence-based interviewing techniques, and related legal and psychological issues. Topics examined include different interview models, statement admissibility, primary and secondary cautions, the legal rights of detained individuals, considerations for interviewing vulnerable individuals, eyewitness identifications, common investigative errors, and more.

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Black University of Toronto student sues police over alleged assault, detention

A young Black man is suing Toronto police, alleging three officers tackled him, pressed a knee to his neck and repeatedly shot him with a stun gun, even as he pleaded he had done nothing wrong. » Read now

Open house looks for resident input on city police service

The City of Grande Prairie hosted an open house for residents to share their thoughts and gain information on policing in the city as well as the potential municipal police service. » Read now

Fired Coquitlam RCMP officer fails to get federal judge to overturn 2016 dismissal

In an attempt to reverse his dismissal, former officer Fareez Vellani sought a federal judge’s review of his failed 2021 appeal to RCMP Commissioner Steven Dunn, which affirmed the RCMP Conduct Board’s decision to discharge him. » Read now

SHOT Show 2023

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Date: Jan. 17 – 20, 2023
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ASIS Toronto 193: From Cop To Corporate

Location: Online
Date: Jan. 24, 2023
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Police Tech Conference & Expo

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Feb. 28 – Mar. 1, 2023
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Security, Police & Fire Career Expo

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Mar. 9, 2023
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OACP & Blue Line Expo 2023

Location: Vaughan, Ont.
Date: May 9, 2023
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