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Anti-discrimination efforts falling short in public service, RCMP: auditor general

Canada’s efforts to combat racism and discrimination in major departments and agencies are falling short, the federal auditor general found in a report released Thursday that said bureaucrats are failing to use data to understand how racialized employees are feeling.

Prince Albert’s challenges, uniqueness to police contributed to interim chief staying on permanently

After serving Prince Albert as interim police chief for over four months, Nogier decided to stay on permanently – part of that decision, he said, was the drive to improve safety in a community with “big city issues,” but limited policing resources.

Officers’ actions necessary during deadly shooting, Alberta’s police watchdog says

The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team says its investigation into the March 2022 death of an Edmonton man found the officers’ response was justified based off the threat the man posed to those around him.

Burnaby RCMP marks anniversary of Constable Shaelyn Yang’s death

On Oct. 18, Burnaby RCMP unveiled a cenotaph dedicated to Constable Shaelyn Yang who died in the line of duty one year ago. Yang was fatally stabbed during an altercation on Oct. 18, 2022 near Broadview Park in Burnaby.

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Dispatches: September/October 2023

Check out the latest list of recently promoted or retiring individuals in the Canadian law enforcement industry. » Read now

Mastering the art of trustworthy testimony: Twenty-six lessons for police officers

The 26 lessons that Gilles Renaud offers in this article to police officers are brief, focused and dedicated to improving their ability to provide credible and reliable testimony. By Gilles Renaud. » Read now

Blue Line, The Podcast: Bail reform – A conversation with CPS Chief Mark Neufeld

In this episode of Blue Line, The Podcast, editor Brittani Schroeder speaks with Calgary Police Chief Neufeld on this important topic, and what our next steps as a country might be in order to keep our communities safe. » Read More...


Organized car thieves met head on

Thieves are using advanced technology to steal vehicles, sometimes gaining entry through crude tools like screwdrivers, but once inside a car, thieves connect an electronic device to its onboard diagnostics computer and program the vehicle to accept a new key they have brought with them. Once the vehicle accepts the new key, it’s started and driven away. These thefts can be completed in about a minute. By Duncan MacIntyre. » Read now


Police youth outreach

Police youth outreach builds trust. Building bridges between officers and youth will having lasting effects for years to come. By Brittani Schroeder and Tom Wentzel. » Read now


16th Annual Chief’s Gala

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Nov. 16, 2023
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Anti-Corruption Symposium Calgary

Location: Calgary, Alta.
Date: Nov. 20 - 21, 2023
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BCACP/CACP Police Leadership Conference

Location: Vancouver, B.C.
Date: Jan. 21 - 23, 2023
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