A new non-profit offering peer support in-person and on the phone is available starting today for first responders across Ontario.
After spending 34 years in the Canadian Armed Forces (Reserves), Kevin Junor found his way into corrections, though it was never a field he thought he’d develop an interest in. Today, he is the deputy superintendent of administration at the Ontario Correctional Institute (OCI) in Brampton. He shares with Blue Line his passion for leadership development, change management and his hopes for the corrections field.
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The first Edmonton police officer killed in the line of duty, Const. Frank Beevers, was honoured with a monument after it was discovered his grave was left unmarked for nearly a century.
It’s finally arrived — Cybercrime Week! Hear from Victor Beitner, founder and CEO of Cyber Security Canada, on the challenges facing law enforcement tackling all things dark web in this exclusive video.
Blue Line was among a handful of media selected to preview Draeger Safety Canada’s new DrugTest 5000, exclusively for Canadian law enforcement customers. This device is the only one in the country approved by the Attorney General for roadside impairment testing, a stamp that came just a few weeks ago.
“This is a real career with real commitments and it makes a real impact on public safety,” said Metrolinx Special Constable Sgt. Jessica Langley to a roomful of women of all ages and backgrounds during the sold-out Transit Special Constables First Women’s Symposium in Toronto on Aug. 25, 2018.
Blue Line travelled to Halifax, N.S., earlier this month to take in insight from leaders in policing across the country as well as new technology on the bustling show floor at the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police’s (CACP) Annual Conference, featuring the theme: “Policing in an ever-changing world.”
The OPP’s Colin Giles stole the show at Blue Line Expo on May 3, 2018, with his talk on unmanned aerial systems (UASs) and the role they play in collision reconstruction as well as search and rescue endeavours.
The founder of the internationally known Crime Stoppers program made a stop in at the 2018 Canadian Crime Stoppers Association’s first National Conference in Hamilton, Ont. on Saturday, June 2, to discuss how the program began, its evolutions and what is currently needed for its co-ordinators.
Toronto Police Service (TPS) and Humber College joined together on May 10, 2018, to release the results of the Neighbourhood Policing Program (NPP) research project, revealing that relationship building between the police and the community is truly working.
When Velvet Steele, a well-known transgender and human rights activist, first met Vancouver Police Const. Dale Quiring, she was cautious.
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Blue Line attended the Toronto Crime Stoppers Chief of Police Dinner, honouring Chief Mark Saunders, earlier this week.
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