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Commercial vehicle enforcement officers in Saskatchewan have a new mandate and a new name, coming into effect July 1, 2018.  The Saskatchewan Highway Patrol is replacing the former Commercial Vehicle Enforcement group.
Edmonton Police Supt. David Veitch and Shelly Ullery, an auxiliary constable with the St. Albert RCMP, were among the award winners earlier this summer for the 27th annual Alberta Community Justice Awards, honouring those “who have found innovative and proactive ways to prevent crime in their cities and neighbourhoods.”
The year-long Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) Body-Worn Camera (BWC) Pilot Project is set to begin later this week.
BURNABY, B.C. — The British Columbia RCMP says it will review recommendations from jurors who called for police to look at how they handle serious calls.
MONTREAL — The criminal proceedings against Quebec City’s mosque shooter provided a glimpse into how police use computers to extract information about a suspect, even if that data has been erased.
BURNABY, B.C. — Jurors who heard this week about a woman who spent four days paralyzed and dying inside her home in rural British Columbia say police and their dispatchers need to review how they handle serious calls.
IQALUIT, Nunavut — A new premier who promises to get things done has been chosen by the Nunavut legislature after its members removed the old one from office with a vote of non-confidence.
WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative government says it will plow ahead with plans to ban home-grown marijuana, regardless of what the federal government decides.
Halifax Regional Police are being criticized for not tracking drink-tampering incidents in the city, amid multiple reports of spiked drinks at downtown bars and an emergency room doctor who says it happens regularly.
TORONTO — A Toronto police forensic expert has told a murder trial that an aviation executive whose death was initially ruled a suicide did not have gunshot residue on his left hand, which was closest to the gun found beside his bed.
VANCOUVER — New guidelines aimed at improving treatment for opioid-addicted young people have been released by the British Columbia Centre on Substance Use, which says a lack of youth-focused treatment programs has created challenges in the province with the highest number of fatal overdoses.
Magnet Forensics, a developer of digital investigation software, and Child Rescue Coalition (CRC), a non-profit organization dedicated to combating the sexual exploitation of children, have announced a technology integration that they say will help make it easier for investigators to find and prosecute child predators.
BURNABY, B.C. — An RCMP officer laughed with a police dispatcher about a call reporting six gunshot sounds in a quiet neighbourhood in rural British Columbia in 2008, not realizing that a woman lay dying inside her home, a coroner’s inquest has heard.
SASKATOON — A police dog that bit a six-year-old girl while the dog was tracking suspects in a home invasion has been taken off the streets until a review can be completed.
CALGARY — The leader of Alberta’s United Conservative Party says banning police and military personnel from Edmonton’s Pride parade is regrettable and should be reconsidered.
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