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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.
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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.
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Environment and Climate Change Canada and the Canadian Crime Stoppers Association (CCSA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Saturday that they say will lead to better detection and reporting of crimes against federally protected wildlife.
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Check out some of the industrial unmanned aerial systems from OmniView Tech.
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Learn more from Ron Dehne about Axon's fourth generation smart weapons, body cameras, in-car cameras, the Interview Room digital recording device and more.
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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.
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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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The first Panasonic Smart City Public Safety Summit was hosted in Vaughn, Ont., and bought together government experts and law enforcement agencies to discuss the rapid acceleration of technological change and the potential to make communities smarter, safer and more sustainable.
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Blue Line was at Toronto Police headquarters on Wednesday, Apr. 25, 2018, to hear an update on Const. Ken Lam, the Toronto Police traffic officer who peacefully arrested the accused in Monday's horrific van attack in North York. Ten people were killed and 14 others were injured.
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The Edmonton Police Service (EPS) Flight Operations Unit officially unveiled its new $5.9 million Air 1 helicopter at the end of last month.
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There were jokes, fidget spinners and plenty of options presented as career avenues to the curious student body at the 15th annual justice career fair, hosted in partnership by the Association of Black Law Enforcers (ABLE) and the University of Guelph-Humber, in north Toronto last week.
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The “first technique to detect a drone camera illicitly capturing video” is revealed in a new study published by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel and Weizmann Institute of Science cybersecurity researchers. The study addresses increasing concerns about the proliferation of drone use for personal and business applications and how it is impinging on privacy and safety.
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Want to be like Vancouver Police Const. Cinda Michael? See yourself or your colleague on the cover of the May issue! We need your Police Leadership Award nominations NOW!
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To see all of Axon's law enforcement products, visit ca.axon.com.
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D& R Electronics is an ISO 9001:2008 registered designer/manufacturer and installer of emergency vehicles equipment, based in Bolton, Ont. It is a family-run company founded in 1976.
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Twenty years ago the Innisfil Police Service and Bradford West Gwillimbury Police amalgamated as the South Simcoe Police. Chief Andrew Fletcher — who started his law enforcement career at Halton Regional Police — shares his thoughts on community mobilization and handling lean budgets.
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The Red Friday program (Remember Everyone Deployed) was re-launched in Markham, Ont., in November 2017 as a national program that now includes first responders.
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Drones present a huge potential for new surveillance and patrolling opportunities, but preparation is key. In this episode of Security Insider, brought to you by Canadian Security, hear from experts who talk about some of the major implications, including privacy, technology and regulation.

"We can show from the data that the public has a high confidence in the police use of these technologies," says Mark Aruja of Unmanned Systems Canada.

Watch the video above for more.
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The 112th national Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) conference, which was held in Montréal, delved into all things digital, such as cybercrime and the impact of new technologies like body worn cameras and criminal activity mapping apps.
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Pulsar Image Quality brought its thermal technology to, Blue Line Expo 2017, Canada’s premier event for the law enforcement community, held on May 2, 2017.
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