DANBURY, Conn. — Pat Wynne, a correctional officer at the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury was visiting family as part of his Christmas vacation when the government shutdown began on Dec. 22.
SURREY, B.C. — The RCMP will review the actions of officers who arrested 14 people at an Indigenous pipeline blockade in northwestern British Columbia, and will also erect a temporary detachment to maintain safety in the area.
OTTAWA — A “beautiful soul,” a mother with extended family in the Netherlands and a dad beloved for his sense of humour were the people killed in Ottawa’s horrific bus crash last week, the city’s police revealed Monday.
WASHINGTON — The bitter debate about American security prompted Canada’s emissaries in Washington to prepare for another round of defending the world’s longest undefended border on Monday, as the longest government shutdown in U.S. history lurched into its fourth week.
TORONTO — An Ontario court rejected a request Monday to speed up a hearing into whether it should order an ombudsman investigation into the appointment of a friend of the premier’s to the job of top cop.
OTTAWA — The new federal watchdog for victims of crime says rules meant to give victims and their families louder voices in the justice system have fallen short.
VANCOUVER — A British Columbia judge has told jurors they will have to decide whether a man who confessed to killing a 12-year-old girl could have obtained details about the crime from police or media reports.
Motorola Solutions has announced cloud-based Critical Connect, which Canadian public safety agencies can quickly connect their ASTRO 25 land mobile radio (LMR) systems to communicate with each other.
After five months in the making, Wikwemkong Tribal Police Service has revealed its new “intuitive, interactive” website.
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — The former deputy chief of the Saint John police force has told the Dennis Oland murder trial he did not ask an officer to lie about his visits to the bloody crime scene where Richard Oland’s body was found.
EDMONTON — An Edmonton police officer is facing a charge of careless use of a firearm after his service weapon accidentally went off.
Created by the merger of four software businesses, CentralSquare Technologies launched as a new provider of public sector software in September 2018.
The World LPG Association (WLPGA), the authoritative voice of the global LPG industry representing the full LPG value chain, has highlighted London Police Service’s (LPS) auto propane story.
Ten police officers from across Manitoba have received Excellence in Law Enforcement awards in recognition of “outstanding contributions to their communities and police services,” Justice Minister Cliff Cullen announced recently.
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