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NPF recommends creation of a fully independent public complaints body

Against the backdrop of parliamentary hearings held this week by the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security to study Bill C-20, the National Police Federation appeared before the Committee and has submitted recommendations on ways to improve investigative efficiency, transparency and accountability with respect to public complaints against members of the RCMP.

Manitoba Government expands joint police, mental health response to better support individuals in crisis

The Manitoba government is providing $414,000 to expand the Alternative Response to Citizens in Crisis (ARCC) initiative that provides on-site support to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis in Winnipeg, Mental Health and Community Wellness Minister Janice Morley-Lecomte has announced.

Surrey, B.C., to stay with RCMP over independent force, costing the city millions

The RCMP is on its way back as the police force in Metro Vancouver’s largest city after Surrey council voted to dump its municipal force, rejecting a provincial government recommendation that came with a $150-million transition offer, the mayor said.


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

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 policing in Calgary, how policing is changing in Canada and where policing might be headed. » Listen now

Fallen first responders: How the Canada 911 Ride Foundation honours those we’ve lost

Jim Adamson was a police officer with the Toronto Police Service for 36 years. Over the course of his career, he saw many incidents that “most people should never see”. Within two years of beginning his policing career, he knew he wanted to find a way to give back to Canadian communities, because he saw it as an honour to serve them. “It may sound hokey, but I sincerely mean that if I could go out and make a difference in somebody’s life, I thought I’d done a good job,” he says. By Brittani Schroeder. » Read More...


A new crown for the realm

From the earliest times, crowns have symbolized sovereignty. With the ascension of His Majesty King Charles III, there is a return of the Tudor Crown in our realm. Last used in 1953, the Tudor Crown has begun replacing the familiar St Edward’s Crown used in Canadian insignia during the long reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Because a royal crown is so symbolic and central to Canadian law enforcement, it is a key element of police uniform insignia. By Kirsten Mogg. » Read More...


Mystery of the Margaret McDonald murder: Toronto Police

“It was awful. It was one of the worst attacks I’ve seen. Just a horrific crime scene,” said acting Det. Sgt. Steve Smith, who manages the Toronto Police cold case unit. The veteran homicide detective has investigated many homicides in his career—which spans over two decades—yet the Margaret McDonald cold case is one that stands out for its sheer brutality against a vulnerable victim. By Stephen Metelsky. » Read More...


Peel First Responders Recognition BBQ 2023

Location: Caledon, Ont.
Date: June 24, 2023
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2023 World Police & Fire Games

Location: Winnipeg, Man.
Date: July 28 - Aug. 6 2023
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118th CACP Annual Summit

Location: Ottawa, Ont.
Date: August 20 - 22, 2023
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The Safety of Our Cities Conference

Location: Edmonton, Alta.
Date: Sep. 18 - 20 2023
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