According to self-reported data from the 2014 General Social Survey on Victimization (), one-third (33%) of Canadians aged 15 and older experienced some form of maltreatment during childhood. Child maltreatment includes physical and/or sexual abuse before the age of 15 by someone aged 18 or older, as well as witnessing violence by a parent or guardian against another adult.
The Edmonton Police Service recently published its organizational position on supervised injection sites, which calls for supervised injection sites to be more than designated physical spaces where addicts can consume illegal drugs.
The Globe and Mail’s Unfounded series has brought well-deserved attention to a challenging issue. Sexual-assault investigations have historically been difficult for police services. From the complexities of gathering statements and evidence, to creating a meaningful understanding of the trauma endured by survivors, police services must always strive to do better.
 A ferret netted its owner a driving ticket after the driver was pulled over during a 24-hour traffic stop in Edmonton.
HALIFAX — A man accused of killing an off-duty Nova Scotia police officer has been remanded in custody until next week after allegedly breaching his bail conditions.
It’s a bit of a strange sight aboard a school bus, but RCMP members took a ride in West Kelowna for some first-hand enforcement.
RCMP in northern Manitoba have a new way to transport prisoners and patients off-road.
Police in the small Manitoba city of Morden have been getting some unusual calls for service from across the pond.
COBOURG - Last week, and again this week, two Cobourg Police Service officers are teaching other police service men and women the newest standard of roadside sobriety testing.
The No. 1 crime that worries Ontario police chiefs is residential break-and-enters.
The Ottawa Police Services Board believes that becoming a cop should require some level of post-secondary education. Currently, high school’s good enough to apply to wear a badge and carry a gun in this town.
A bombshell report alleging the Montreal police department ousted two inspectors who were poised to go public on corruption within their force is “troubling” and needs to be investigated as thoroughly as possible, Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre said Wednesday.
More than a dozen members of the Calgary Police Service have teamed up to file bullying and harassment complaints, urging significant changes to the culture and leadership structure of the force, one of the complainants says. 
A visit to Prince Albert, Saskatoon and Regina could prove beneficial to Thunder Bay Police in its attempt to better relationships with the local First Nation community.
The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner is dropping its corruption investigation into 11 members of the Abbotsford Police Department but will continue its probe of three other officers.
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