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April 13, 2017
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Running for mental-health awareness

For Cst. Jeff Bartsch, the dusty, endless kilometers of Saskatchewan grid are his therapy, and his purpose. Jeff is a member of the Weyburn Police Service and a person who has found his cause.


Supporting the forgotten victims, improving the notification process

In the province of Ontario a great deal of controversy and discussion has arisen from incidents of use of force involving police and mentally ill persons.


Forensic science: a vital role in criminal justice

The first criminalistics laboratory in North America opened its doors in Montreal in 1914. The Laboratoire de recherches médico-légales was the vision and creation of Dr. Wilfrid Derome. Since its humble beginnings, forensic science has evolved into what is arguably the greatest investigative tool available to police, and ultimately a requirement for the criminal courts with many Trier of Facts being reluctant to register conviction without corroborative or supportive forensic evidence.


Edmonton police civilian employee facing child pornography charges

A civilian employee of the Edmonton Police Service has been arrested on charges of making and distributing child pornography.
 
 
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Counterfeit Canadian bills being passed in London, Ont.

Police are warning merchants and the public that counterfeit $50 and $100 Canadian bills are being circulated in London, Ont. » Read more...
 
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Ontario chief justice looks at more sexual assault education for judges

The chief justice of Ontario’s provincial courts is examining what further steps could be taken on sexual assault education for judges, the attorney general said recently. » Read more...

Strong woman in blue

Constable Shari Spivak is a powerful force on the Service. Just over a year after taking part in her first powerlifting competition, Spivak is a world-record holder in three categories in the 84-kilogram category for participants between the ages of 50-60. » Read more...

Fitness, nutrition and health for law enforcement

Dangerous persons and situations are likely the most recognizable threat to law enforcement officers everywhere. However, the career itself may pose an even greater risk to one’s health and long-term wellness, with its shift-work and unpredictable hours and the mental, physical and emotional traumas that are encountered on a regular basis. » Read more...

Remembering Our Vimy Fallen

One hundred years ago, on the cold, overcast morning of April 9th, 1917, over 100,000 Canadian soldiers were massed in the trenches opposite the German-held high-point of Vimy Ridge. Among them were four constables from the Toronto Police Force. » Read more...
 
Events 
 
Blue Line Expo

Blue Line Expo & Conference

Date: May 2, 2017
Location: Mississauga, ON
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OACP Annual Meeting

Date: June 11-14, 2017
Location: Waterloo, ON
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CACP Annual Conference and Tradeshow

Date:July 16-19, 2017
Location: Longueil (Montreal), Que.
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