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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.

RCMP texts, mocking mental health in wake of Portapique shootings, ‘mind boggling’: Cop

An RCMP superintendent and an employee and management relations officer weren’t so understanding of the psychological toll the worst mass shooting in Canada’s history took on their officers.

Peel Regional Police launch first-in-Canada, specialized anti-human trafficking training for all officers

Peel Regional Police has announced the launch of highly specialized antihuman trafficking training for all of its front-line and investigative officers. The first-of-its-kind in Canada, tailored training will see over 2,200 officers from Peel Police gain deeper understanding and skills to identify and detect signs and instances of human trafficking.

Blue Line, The Podcast: “Change is good, so give it a try” with Cst. Ryan Dlin

In this episode of Blue Line, The Podcast, editor Brittani Schroeder spoke with Dlin about the positive view he had of CPS before joining the team and how the vibrant city of Calgary offers something different for everyone. » Listen now

‘So much more than just a police officer’: Slain OPP constable remembered at funeral

Const. Greg Pierzchala enjoyed nature, was a fan of art, excelled at his job as a new police officer and above all, loved protecting his family and the communities he served. Loved ones, friends and fellow officers gathered at a funeral for the Ontario Provincial Police constable who was killed in a shooting ambush in December, remembering the 28-year-old as “humble, generous, funny and competent.” » Read now

Thirty-five years of police experience: Finding the sweet spot for a disciplined police department

Nothing is more frustrating to the public when they hear of an officer being accused of a crime or misconduct, and then learn about a long history of misbehavior and borderline criminal activity from that officer prior to the incident. They can’t help but ask why this cop wasn’t fired or disciplined more, and earlier. » Read now

Thunder Bay’s police chief resigns amid suspension, misconduct charges

The Thunder Bay Police Board says it accepted a letter of resignation from Sylvie Hauth during a meeting on Tuesday with an effective date of Jan. 27. Hauth was suspended last June after what the board referred to as “serious allegations” were brought forward by the Ontario Civilian Police Commission. » Read now
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Police Tech Conference & Expo

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Feb. 28 – Mar. 3, 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: Mississauga, 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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