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B.C. premier says public use rules should have been in place before decriminalization

The province has made an “urgent” request to Health Canada to make amendments to B.C.’s exemption under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act to give police the power to step in when they see illicit drug use in public spaces, including inside hospitals, on transit and in parks.

Toronto Police Chief reports improved priority one response times

The Toronto Police Service’s priority one response times have improved by several minutes, to 18.1 minutes, compared to 22 minutes late last year.

New Brunswick police no longer investigating most thefts of fuel from gas stations

Earlier this month, the New Brunswick Association of Chiefs of Police sent a letter to petroleum retailers across the province, saying the change was needed because there are more effective ways of dealing with the steady increase in fuel thefts.

Inquest into B.C. police shooting deaths recommends emergency events be recorded

An inquest jury looking into the police shooting deaths of a man and the woman he was holding hostage has recommended that events involving the emergency response team be recorded with both video and audio.

Police set to begin search of Saskatoon landfill for woman missing since 2020

Mackenzie Lee Trottier was 22 when last seen in December 2020. Police have said that during their investigation devices were seized and information has pointed officers to a specific part of the landfill.

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Championing officer wellness: Lessons from 40 years of public service

Little did I know 40 years ago that I would pursue a career in military and law enforcement where operational stress is prevalent and where officer physical and mental health has grown to become a major concern. Reflecting on my journey, I discovered how my career path has taken a direction where understanding common mental health challenges is critical. By Lucie Tremblay. » Read now

Dispatches: March/April 2024

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

Blue Line, The Podcast: Officer reintegration after trauma

Members of law enforcement face traumatic incidents quite often as they carry out their duties. But how can we support those members as they return to work? In this episode of Blue Line, The Podcast, editor Brittani Schroeder is joined by Chief Mental Health Officer Derek Sienko and RCMP S/Sgt. Ray Savage to talk about the National Reintegration Program, how first responders return to work after traumatic incidents and the gap that exists between clinicians and employers. » Listen now

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The YXE First Responders Fitness Festival: Police, firefighters and paramedics join together and unite with the community

What do you get when members of law enforcement, the fire service and paramedics come together? You get a new event that unites the community and raises awareness and money for first responder mental health. So how did it all start? By Brittani Schroeder. » Read now


Preventing future violence: The impact of psychological autopsy

A psychological autopsy (PA) is a post-mortem investigative tool that aids in the determination of a person’s death. It is most often used in cases of suspected suicide or in an attempt to reconstruct the life and character of the deceased. By Matt Logan. » Read now


Northeast IAATI & CASIU 51st Annual Vehicle Crimes Conference

Location: Mississauga, Ont.
Date: May 6 - 9, 2024
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Law of Policing Conference, Eastern Edition

Location: Mississauga, Ont.
Date: May 8 - 9, 2024
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2024 OACUSA Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Conference

Location: London, Ont.
Date: May 13 - 16, 2024
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Security • Police • Fire Career Expo - Vancouver

Location: Vancouver, B.C.
Date: May 16, 2024
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