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Why is Montreal a stolen car export hub? Jurisdiction limits and size, officials say

Between mid-December and the end of March, police inspected about 400 shipping containers at the Port of Montreal and found nearly 600 stolen vehicles, most of them from the Toronto area.

Nova Scotia mass shooting: RCMP officers cleared of wrongdoing in firehall shooting

No criminal charges should be laid against two Mounties who mistakenly shot at a bystander outside a Nova Scotia firehall as police were searching for the man responsible for a mass shooting that would claim 22 lives, Ontario’s police watchdog says.

Former Thunder Bay police chief arrested and charged in misconduct probe

A former police chief in the northern Ontario city of Thunder Bay was arrested and charged on Friday, marking the third arrest in an ongoing investigation by provincial police into allegations of misconduct at the force.

VPD sergeant to ride across Canada for cancer awareness

Last year, Blue Line shared a story about Sgt. Dayne Campbell and his endeavours with the Cops for Cancer program. After completing his 15th and final year of touring with the Cops for Cancer Tour De Coast, his daughter was sadly diagnosed with cancer.

Saskatchewan promises money for Mounties if RCMP can recruit officers

Saskatchewan and the RCMP have inked a deal that would see the province fund hundreds more officers if Mounties can recruit to fill those positions. The new commitment will be a game-changer, said Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore, the commanding officer for Saskatchewan’s RCMP.

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Police vehicle designs: Public perceptions and policing implications

Police vehicles are symbols of pride for many police agencies. Police vehicles are also fundamental to the pursuit of modern policing. As the conduit by which most patrol is conducted, police vehicles provide essential transportation and storage for officers. Not all police vehicles, however, look the same. By Rylan Simpson. » Read Cst. Fast's story now

Unmasking the danger: Understanding and countering ambush-style attacks on law enforcement

Law enforcement officials in today’s environment face an ever-increasing malevolent threat in the form of ambush-style attacks. These attacks may take the form of a “luring/entrapment” ambush or an “opportunistic” ambush. By Rino Belcamino. » Read now

Blue Line, The Podcast: What is moral injury, and how do we address it?

Moral injury is widely understudied, especially where it concerns first responders and veterans. Because of this, moral injury is seen differently by officers, leaders, and clinicians. In this episode of Blue Line, The Podcast, editor Brittani Schroeder is joined by Chief Mental Health Officer Derek Sienko, Lucie Tremblay, who is a retired deputy chief of Via Rail Canada and retired Senior Officer of the Canadian Armed Forces, and Phil Lancaster, a retired police detective, to discuss what changes need to be made in policing organizations to address moral injury. » Listen now

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Mental Health Awareness for First Responders, 2nd Edition

This new edition offers a Canadian perspective on the challenges first responders and helping professionals face in identifying and interacting with individuals living with mental health issues. Using relevant examples, real-life case studies, discussion questions and scenarios, this resource helps readers successfully navigate mental health and addictions issues while working in the criminal justice system in Canada. An essential resource for all front-line workers.
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Digital investigations: Digital forensic backlogs and the use of automation

As technology has evolved it allowed us to complete tasks more efficiently and cost effectively. While this benefits most individuals and businesses, one area where this evolution is having an adverse effect is in the digital forensic space, especially within the realm of law enforcement. By Ryan Duquette. » Read now


First Nations force tackles organized crime: Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service protects its community through new SAVE team

Along the shores of the St. Lawrence River, the Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service (AMPS) is hard at work guarding their waterways from increasingly crafty foe: members of organized crime. By Brittani Schroeder. » Read now


Canadian Police Ceremonial Training Course 2024

Location: Calgary, Alta.
Date: April 22 - 25, 2024
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Police Tech Conference & Expo

Location: Mississauga, Ont.
Date: April 30 - May 1, 2024
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Security • Police • Fire Career Expo - Vancouver

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