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Alberta’s zero tolerance for crime

Alberta is introducing new measures to make sure Albertans feel secure and protected in their communities. Targeted prosecution units in Alberta’s major urban centres will help address deteriorating safety and keep Albertans safe from those who commit violent crimes.

Mounties eyeing change to recreational cannabis use policy for members

The RCMP is looking at easing a policy that requires front-line officers and many other employees to refrain from recreational cannabis use for four weeks before duty. A change to the five-year-old policy could bolster recruitment of new officers by bringing the Mounties in line with police forces that have much less restrictive policies on pot use.

Sault Police Constable in fatal off-duty collision

On Sep. 5, 2023, Constable Orrette Robinson died in an off-duty motor vehicle collision. Orrette was 36 years old. While driving home on his motorcycle after working an overtime dynamic patrol shift, he was involved in a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Lyons Avenue and Farwell Terrace. The driver of the other vehicle did not require medical attention.


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

Pedaling for hope: How Sgt. Dayne Campbell’s participation in the Tour de Coast fights pediatric cancer

Sgt. Dayne Campbell always knew he wanted to be a police officer. Though he’s not 100 per cent sure what first attracted him to the profession, he can very clearly remember the police department LEGO set that he received in grade one. Campbell has been involved with the Cops for Cancer and their Tour de Coast initiative for over 15 years. Back then, he was a new father, and it felt like the right fit because of his love of cycling and being able to fundraise for children. By Brittani Schroeder. » Read More...


Dispatches: July/August 2023

In recent months, there have been leadership promotions, retirements and, sadly, officer deaths. Take a look at what's been happening in our July/August Dispatches section. » Read More...


Solving recruitment and retention issues in law enforcement

Instead of the iconic saying, “Houston, we have a problem,” we may want to start saying “North America, we have a problem” regarding the police recruitment and retention predicament we are currently experiencing. By Tom Wetzel. » Read More...


Police Religious Literacy Program

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Oct. 3 - 5, 2023
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InterOp Canada 2023

Location: Virtual
Date: Oct. 11, 2023
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Security Police Fire Career Expo West

Location: Calgary, Alta.
Date: Oct. 24, 2023
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DEMCON – The Ontario Disaster & Emergency Management Conference

Location: Mississauga, Ont.
Date: Oct. 24 - 25, 2023
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