Mechanix Wear’s Recon patrol glove is a performance leather tactical glove built with hair sheep leather to provide law enforcement officers with versatile hand protection when responding to calls. www.mechanixwear.ca/tactical
The new DTEK50 is the world’s most secure Android Smartphone featuring unparalleled security to secure the phone against malware and other security threats.
Gain a new perspective with the Axon Flex 2 camera. It brings point-of-view video to the next level, boasting a rugged industrial design, new mounts, and advanced capabilities like unlimited HD and a 120-degree field of view. Sale and delivery is conditional on FCC and Industry Canada approval.'
The Pro-Uniform Tactical socks from Dristex are manufactured of a blend of merino wool, bamboo fibre, stretch nylon and spandex to provide comfort throughout an entire shift.
AEDs can save lives but to save a life, an AED has to be ready to deliver a lifesaving shock and be in the hands of a trained volunteer responder. It takes a lot to set up and maintain a successful AED program.
The German engineered Haix Airpower P7 Mid (6”) tactical boot provides all-day comfort in a classic smooth waterproof leather boot.
With 1188 lumens of high-quality LED lighting, the rechargeable FLEXLITE Chest Light provides a hands-free 130 degree wide-angle lighting solution.
The 3M mobile biometric capture devices enable real-time identification of persons in the field.
The Canadian public’s expectation is that police officers will work and live within established legal frameworks and at a higher standard than other members of the communities they serve. Those parameters should not be cast aside as they are now in some – albeit limited numbers of cases, when officers drive while impaired.
Police had a duty to enter an apartment to check on its occupant’s safety during a domestic abuse call.
As the first police officer on the scene of a serious motor vehicle collision in 2004, Brian Knowler worked frantically to save the life of a seriously injured driver while awaiting the ambulance.
As I sit in the specialist doctor’s office with my mother waiting for her to be seen, I glance around and wonder how many of the clients researched and sought out this professional? Did a friend or family physician refer them, or did they end up here in a panic after a medical emergency?
Care for some cod with lemon? I can give you a fish knife if you’d like. I just finished reading Consider the fork: A history of how we cook and eat, by British historian Bee Wilson, and now know why we have fish knives. I also know why Brits cook things till way past dead and people from China stir fry rather than roast.
While standing proudly among my fellow officers paying their respects at the Canadian Police Memorial service, gazing up at the majestic parliament building and flags at half mast, a question came to mind.
It’s never been easier to work outside the traditional office environment. Powerful and compact mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets can access corporate systems at any time and from any place through almost universally available high-speed cellular data networks.
Billed as the first book of its kind, Listening to their Voices of Bravery and Heroism uses case studies to examine what gives officers strength during life-threatening situations.
I recently read the article (October 2016 issue of Blue Line) titled “Two More Years of Ball Bouncing” authored by Ian T. Parsons who is identified as a retired Inspector with the RCMP.
As Canada irreversibly heads towards decriminalising marijuana, the spectre of more drug-impaired drivers is naturally a major concern.
Poor management skills are nothing new and the management style which prevailed when I was a young officer had me mystified. My first days as a station duty operator at a glistening new district headquarters building is an example.
Harbouring a suspicion of illegal activity did not render a legitimate traffic stop unlawful, Alberta’s highest court found.
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Shot ShowTue Jan 17, 2017 @ 8:00AM -
Surviving Trauma & Building Resilience in the WorkplaceTue Feb 07, 2017 @ 8:00AM -
The Mental Health of Police PersonnelMon Feb 13, 2017 @ 8:00AM -
Women in Policing ConferenceSat Mar 18, 2017 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM