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Ten years after Moncton shootings, RCMP still struggling with supervisor training

Six months after the slayings, retired RCMP assistant commissioner Alphonse MacNeil released a report with 64 recommendations. Among them was a call for the police force to “examine how it trains front-line supervisors to exercise command and control during critical incidents.”

Toronto Police launches Because of the Line of Duty Memorial

A Because of the Line of Duty Death defined as an injury or trauma, sustained during the course of a member’s duties, where it has been determined to be a significant contributing factor in their death. These deaths can be caused by an operational stress injury from a single event or trauma accumulated over their careers.

Montreal police introduce new patch to replace controversial 'thin blue line' symbol

Montreal police have introduced a new patch to replace a symbol that many officers have worn on their uniforms to honour fallen colleagues but that has become associated with the far right.

Ninth Annual Police Hero of the Year Awards winners announced

The Police Association of Ontario (PAO) announced the winners of the ninth annual Police Services Hero of the Year Awards and honoured them during the PAO’s 92nd Annual Meeting and Convention, which was attended by representatives from 34 local police associations across the province.

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Balancing urgency and importance: Rethinking policing in the digital era

Despite the abundance of technological advancements designed to support police operations, having enhanced and influenced how police services interact with their communities, the emergency 911 call system stands alone. While acknowledging the system’s significance, delivering safety and security, uncertainties cast shadows over its effectiveness. By Andrew Critchley. » Read now

Redefining success: Strategies for continuous improvement in DT instruction

Defensive Tactics (DT) instructors are often caught between a lot of rocks and hard places. Typically possessing A-type personalities, many DT instructors are so passionate about what they do that it often turns into a labour of love. From putting in the extra hours to improving lesson plans, organizing the training gear and proposing ideas to upper management to enhance the training program, it’s what we do. By Chris Mandigma. » Read now
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Blue Line, The Podcast: Bail reform – A conversation with CPS Chief Mark Neufeld

Calls for bail reform are being made by police leadership and province Premiers across Canada. Chief Mark Neufeld of the Calgary Police Service is among them and has spoken up on this issue many times, hoping change will soon be made. In this episode of Blue Line, The Podcast, editor Brittani Schroeder speaks with Chief Neufeld on this important topic and what our next steps as a country might be to keep our communities safe. » Listen now


Navigating the pros and cons of mandatory DNA databases

The ever-evolving law enforcement eco-system has seen a short-lived but potentially revolutionary seismic and controversial law showing promise in redefining how investigations are approached and conducted. Mandatory DNA collection has surfaced as a prospective game-changing tool transcending traditional investigative methods. The question remains: is mandatory DNA testing a technological marvel or an outright violation of human rights? By Isabelle Sauvé. » Read now


The Active Club network

At first glance, an Active Club is just a combat sports network, and that is what they want to portray to avoid detection from law enforcement. The real purpose is to create a reserve ‘army’ that can have members deployed to support large scale right-wing operations when required—consider the January 2021 assault on the United States Capital. By Peter Collins. » Read now


CACP Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Conference

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2024 Can-Am Police-Fire Games

Location: Butler County, PA, U.S.A.
Date: July 15 - July 21, 2024
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