͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌      ͏ ‌     
About Us

View As Webpage  | View Archives | Email a Friend

@{mv_date_MMM d, yyyy}@

Surrey Police Board administrator clarifies facts on Surrey Police Service costs

City of Surrey’s Mayor Brenda Locke has issued a media release claiming that Surrey Police Service (SPS) is running a deficit budget of over $26 million. SPS officers currently make up approximately 30 per cent of the deployed service working to keep Surrey safe every day.

Ontario putting more repeat violent offenders behind bars

The Ontario government is investing $24 million over three years to help prevent repeat and violent offenders from committing serious crimes while out on bail. “It is unacceptable that repeat and violent offenders are committing serious crimes while out on bail,” said Solicitor General Michael Kerzner.

NAPS on the lookout for new recruits

A recent badge ceremony for 11 new Nishnawbe Aski Police Service members brings the First Nations force up to about 200 members, NAPS Chief of Police Roland Morrison said. That’s dozens shy of the 262 that the service considers a “normal complement,” he said, but “we are slowly getting up there.”

Tech-enabled community-police collaborations for crime-solving

How can you empower communities and police agencies to connect? The CAMSafe program is an innovative tool that began in Belleville, Ont., in 2021, but has spread across Ontario as a movement allowing the public to partner with police to solve crime and keep communities safe. Learn about how a barrier-free camera registry program that leverages technology can help law enforcement find evidence at no cost to police agencies or communities.


Blue Line, The Podcast: Finding your passion with Ret. Digital Forensic Investigator Ryan Duquette

When someone asks you what your passion is, what do you say? For Ret. Digital Forensic Investigator Ryan Duquette, he would say “helping people”. In this episode of Blue Line, The Podcast, editor Brittani Schroeder spoke with Duquette about his career with PRP, his move into the private sector and the importance of finding your passion, no matter where you work. » Listen now

Unveiling a tragic reality: An analysis of Canadian police officer murders from 1980 to 2022

A recent study of selected murders of Canadian police officers between Jan. 1980 and Dec. 2022 were evaluated by veteran officers and researchers for factors that contributed to their deaths. Seventy-seven officers were murdered, in 69 incidents, committed by 86 offenders, accomplices and accessories after the fact. By Jim Van Allen, Rick Parent and Cathy Parent. » Read More...


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 More...


Mastering safety in high-risk environments: A look at training protocols

In Deep Survival, author Lawrence Gonzales states that in any high-risk endeavour, accidents and deaths are inevitable. This statement does not bode well for those who spend their careers in high-risk environments, both training and operationally. By Dan Fraser and Jeff Johnsgaard. » Read More...


Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police 2024 AWIP ON Conference

Location: Mississauga, Ont.
Date: Feb. 13 - 16, 2024
» More info

OACP & Blue Line Expo 2024

Location: Ottawa, Ont.
Date: Mar. 26, 2024
» More info

Security • Police • Fire Career Expo

Location: Mississauga, Ont.
Date: Mar. 27, 2024
» More info