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Magnet Forensics, provider of digital investigation software for mobile, cloud, and computer examinations, and Grayshift, makers of GrayKey, an iOS acquisition solution, have announced they are partnering up to “allow customers in law enforcement to perform the most comprehensive investigations on iOS devices possible today.”
TORONTO — Ontario is narrowing the scope of mandatory investigations carried out by the province’s primary police watchdog, with the Progressive Conservative government framing current rules as inherently anti-police.
BEIJING — The Chinese database Victor Gevers found online was not just a collection of old personal details.
CHARLOTTETOWN — An appeal court has found that a judge mistakenly failed to consider the Cree background of a drug trafficker who had been taken from his Manitoba parents as an infant and raised by a non-Aboriginal family on Prince Edward Island.
The Canadian federal government has provided $11 million to the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) to fund research projects related to post-traumatic stress injuries (PTSI) in public safety officers.
VICTORIA — British Columbia is proposing changes to its witness protection program in order to strengthen security for people who could provide police with information on serious crimes.
TORONTO — “The Indian Detective” star Russell Peters became a real-life crime fighter this week when he helped take down a man allegedly attempting to steal from a jewelry shop in New York City.
The content you’re about to read is not graphic. But it is troubling, because the realities of animal cruelty are troubling. This article is not intended to make you recoil, but rather to encourage you to understand and care.
Canada’s premier event for the law enforcement community is back!
The Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Ralph Goodale, recently announced the launch of a National Expert Committee on Countering Radicalization to Violence, which will contribute to the measures the Government of Canada has in place to safeguard national security and keep Canadians safe from terrorism.
Blue Line has joined forces with Canadian Security and Fire Fighting in Canada magazines to bring you the Security | Fire | Police | Career Expo & Job Fair in Mississauga, Ont., on March 7.
The RCMP and other police forces arrested 15 people Monday in a series of raids in Montreal and Toronto targeting what investigators say is an extensive international money laundering network with ties to organized crime.
Dozens of Mexican “modern day slaves” who were allegedly forced to work as cleaners at vacation properties in Ontario for as little as $50 per month have been freed and offered legitimate employment, police announced Monday.
The Policing Security Network (PSN) was recently established to help Canadian police services collaborate about threats and risks to police facilities and assets. It has now grown to include almost 100 members and is ready to welcome more.
The Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) recently completed a seven-month long trial, testing the effectiveness and utility of body cameras being worn by their officers while on duty, and the verdict is in: no-go.
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