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B.C. drug deaths reach 192 in March; Ottawa approves request to prohibit public use

On the same day the British Columbia government’s approach to the overdose crisis faces a major shift, the provincial coroner announced another 192 people were killed by illicit drugs in March.

Quebec police can refuse to talk to and share notes with watchdog: Court of Appeal

Quebec’s highest court says police officers have the right to remain silent during investigations by the province’s police watchdog. In a decision Tuesday, the Court of Appeal sided with the Quebec federation of municipal police officers and the Montreal police brotherhood against the provincial government.

Police told to take training on pursuits after fatal wrong-way GTA highway crash

Police officers and emergency dispatchers in Durham Region have been instructed to complete a mandatory training course on suspect pursuits within the next two months in light of a wrong-way highway crash that killed an infant and his grandparents.


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

Policing with passion: Cst. Veronica Fast, Blue Line’s 2024 Rookie of the Year

To those who knew Cst. Veronica Fast growing up, it was no surprise when she chose a career in law enforcement. From an early age, Fast was driven by the desire to have a career that provided a sense of purpose and pride, where she could make a meaningful impact and assist those in need. By Brittani Schroeder. » Read now


Q&A: Artificial intelligence and digital forensics

Recently, editor Brittani Schroeder and Oren Yosifon met to discuss the intersection of artificial intelligence and digital forensics. As AI continues to evolve, its impact on the criminal world is significant. » Read now


Guardians beyond the badge: The crucial role of familial support in law enforcement

Law enforcement officers are often required to make split-second decisions in high-pressure situations, and the constant exposure to potential danger can take a toll on their mental and emotional well-being. Suffice it to say that the nature of their work can lead to isolation and detachment from their community. Familial support is crucial in helping LEOs cope with these challenges. By Richard O. Segovia. » Read now


CACOLE 2024 Conference

Location: Calgary, Alta.
Date: May 27 - 29, 2024
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CACP Symposium on MMIWG2S+

Location: Saskatoon, Sask.
Date: June 3 - 5, 2024
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