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.
The complete copy of the report by Justice Michael H. Tulloch.
The police cars and SUVs get all the attention during the annual Michigan State Police Vehicle Tests held each September at the Grattan Raceway Park in Belding, Michigan (about 260km north-west of Detroit), but police motorcycles are also tested annually on most of the same criteria.
Includes funding for Mental Health initiatives, Drugs and Substances Strategy, Indigenous Justice, Gender-based violence, Community Heroes benefits, judicial education, ethics and conduct, and anti-money-laundering/terrorism funding and other items. Read the paper here:
A man wanted in Canada for alleged involvement in online abuse was sentenced Thursday to nearly 11 years in prison by a Dutch court for cyberbullying dozens of young girls and gay men.
With a New Year upon us, it’s time to reflect on new changes and new beginnings for police services across Canada.
Investigators say the RCMP constable was on patrol Monday night when he lost control of his vehicle, collided with a tractor and crashed into the ditch off Highway 202.
The Ontario Justice Education Network, with funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, sponsored the eight-week project that resulted in a radio program, produced by the students, about their legal rights. It's set to air on the Wawatay Radio Network on Thursday.
This book should be on the “must-read” list for all police officers and their partners and other adult family members. For officers it will help them understand why they often feel the way they do, and for partners and family members it will help them understand why the officer in their lives behaves the way he or she does. Police managers and administrators would also be well advised to read this book to better understand and deal with the emotional dangers their personnel face during their careers.
As I watch the ongoing public controversy about street-checks (aka “carding”) run-on like Niagara Falls, I’m often stuck by the statistical data typically quoted by the mainstream media and other critics, who claim that the practice is inherently biased against certain identifiable groups.
PPSS introduces their new bullet resistant vest that offers protection again full-contact shots and TASER probes. The new vests meet NIJ Std 0101.06 Level IIIA standards, and have passed both the German Police and FBI Body Armour Test Protocol. Offering protection from Tokarev Ball 7.62 x 25mm and Makarov 9 x 18mm, handgun rounds, the hybrid ballistic resistant package uses a new highly advanced ultra-resilient European ballistic material that provides better user comfort, improved flexibility and substantially reduced Back-Face Deformation (BFD).
The Taker B50 is FoxFury’s most powerful aftermarket ballistic shield light, featuring CREE LED technology with 1,000 lumens of light and 5-10 hours of runtime. The Taker B50 is controlled by a single programmable (Quick - on/off or Strategic - Temporary, Turbo Strobe or Solid-On) pressure switch for more versatility. Powered by three or six CR123 batteries, the Taker B50 is a durable ballistic shield light which can be attached to any ballistic shield using Velcro® Industrial Strength Fasteners.
MPH Industries introduces the new BEE III directional speed radar, now available in a more affordable K-band version. It is the most compact radar available, featuring larger easier-to-read LED characters in the smallest detachable display for more mounting options and versatility. The slim K-band patch antennas take up less horizontal space so they provide discrete mounting options. Special features include patented Automatic Same Direction (ASD) technology for better accuracy in a wider range of situations.
Scotch Brand Extreme Fasteners, using 3M Dual Lock Technology have three times the holder power of Velcro® Industrial Strength Fasteners. Scotch Extreme Fasteners click together to securely hold heavy items under conditions where Velcro fasteners may separate. They resist wear and tear and withstand even the harshest conditions once locked together. Rated up to 4.5kg (10 lbs).
Teel Technologies Canada offers a variety of digital forensic training courses, tools, and services. Our courses cover advanced forensics, as well as tool-specific training. Visit us online to view our current course offerings, which include; ISP, JTAG, Chip-Off, Flasher Box / Bootloader, SQLite, and more. Our expert instructors provide you with in-depth training that goes beyond standard acquisition and analysis.
Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure has launched Intergraph® InSight Explorer, a self-serve, web-based crime mapping and analysis application for law enforcement agencies. Intergraph InSight Explorer empowers agencies to discover, analyze and visualize complete crime, incident and operational data through clearer presentation of complex information, uncovering trends and patterns that assist investigations and improve resource allocations.
The Torrey Pines T15 mini-thermal imager offers unique 3 to 8 X optical zoom in a tiny package with on‑board image enhancement, video and photo recording, multiple display views, flexible mounting options, USB port with power input and software updates. Powered by 2X CR123 batteries. This 9Hz unit is ideal for surveillance under a variety of conditions.
The STORM (GNT-235L2MF4) LED flashlight has multiple output modes to serve a wide range of uses. It’s versatile, easy to control, and fast with its tactical operation button and twist mode switching. It features a CREE LED powered by 2X CR123A batteries, food for up to 235 lumens. Run-time is: 3hrs at 100%, 15hrs at 10% or SOS Flashing, and 8hrs at quick-flashing.
A Regina-born artist will have her work honouring the RCMP on display as part of Canada's 150th anniversary celebration.
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