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Three Winnipeg police shot, suffer non-life-threatening injuries during standoff

Police in Winnipeg say multiple officers were shot during a standoff at an apartment building where they were responding to a report of a person being held against her will. None of the officers suffered life-threatening injuries in the incident early Saturday on College Ave., and police say two men in their 40s were arrested.

Government of Canada’s interest cap risks criminal surge

The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP), the voice of police leadership in Ontario, and the Canadian Lenders Association (CLA) are raising concerns regarding legislation introduced by the federal government which could lead to a dangerous rise in criminal activity.

RCMP union pans Saskatchewan marshals plan, says money should go to Mounties

The head of the union representing Mounties says Saskatchewan’s plan to start a new police service is not the answer to address rising crime. Brian Sauvé of the National Police Federation says the province should instead direct dollars it plans to spend on the Saskatchewan Marshals Service to the RCMP.


Blue Line, The Podcast: How policing is changing in Canada, with Deputy Chief Raj Gill

The policing of today looks vastly different from the policing of 30 to 40 years ago; however, recruitment, retention, training and serving the community are still of the utmost importance. In this episode of Blue Line, The Podcast, editor Brittani Schroeder was joined by Deputy Chief Raj Gill of the Calgary Police Service to talk about how policing is changing in Canada and where it might be headed. » Listen now

Decriminalization in action: Perspectives on B.C.’s changing drug laws after one year

British Columbia embarked on a transformative approach to drug policy when the province officially decriminalized drugs on Jan. 31, 2023. This three-year pilot project marks a significant departure from traditional punitive measures, signalling a paradigm shift in addressing substance use. By Brittani Schroeder. » Read More...


Indigenous police services fight for funding equality: A look into the 2023 funding crisis

In early spring 2023, funding negotiations between the federal government and the Indigenous police services of Ontario fell through. On Mar. 29, the Indigenous Police Chiefs of Ontario (IPCO), who represent nine standalone Indigenous police services, filed a human rights complaint against Public Safety Canada, claiming under-funding and under-resourcing of Indigenous police services amounted to systemic discrimination. By Brittani Schroeder. » Read More...


Breaking down impulsivity: A critical factor in police candidate evaluation

In police recruiting, we are often so absorbed in ensuring that the potential candidate has not committed a criminal act that we sometimes ignore personality features that not only make a candidate more prone to commit criminal acts but render them dangerous to themself and others. By Matthew H. Logan. » Read More...


Retail Secure Conference

Location: Mississauga, Ont.
Date: Mar. 21, 2024
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OACP & Blue Line Expo 2024

Location: Ottawa, Ont.
Date: Mar. 26, 2024
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Security • Police • Fire Career Expo

Location: Mississauga, Ont.
Date: Mar. 27, 2024
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2024 Canadian Hazmat & CBRNE Summit

Location: Kitchener, Ont.
Date: Apr. 8 - 10, 2024
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