Head of B.C. police watchdog wants all officers to wear body cameras - Terrace Standard
Ron MacDonald disagrees with decision to let municipal police forces decide whether to wear them
Council approves finer details of establishing police commission - My Grande Prairie Now
Grande Prairie City Council has refined the details regarding how the city will move forward with the to-be-established police commission. During the March 27th Council […]
Boy who killed Edmonton officers had been apprehended under Mental Health Act: police | The Star
A 16-year-old boy who fatally shot two officers at an apartment complex one week ago had been apprehended in November under the Mental Health Act and was taken to hospital for assessment, Edmonton police said Thursday.
Saskatoon police will assign 2 new alternative response officers to area around emergency shelter | CTV News
A one-time, $305,000 grant from the Saskatchewan government will help cover the cost of assigning two new alternative response officers (AROs) to the area around the Saskatoon Tribal Council's Emergency Wellness Centre.
Who pays for First Nations policing, and who benefits? Saskatchewan’s struggles point to problems with funding models - The Globe and Mail
After last year’s stabbings at James Smith Cree Nation, reserves are rethinking how to keep themselves safe – and how to navigate a maze of jurisdictions that Ottawa plans to redesign
Saskatchewan Indigenous groups sound alarm on crime-wave crisis - The Globe and Mail
First Nations are trying to determine how to start up and improve security forces in the wake of last fall’s massacre on James Smith Cree Nation
Saskatchewan judge orders release of sisters jailed for 30 years for a murder they say they didn’t commit - The Globe and Mail
Nerissa and Odelia Quewezance’s conviction is currently under review by the federal Minister of Justice for a possible miscarriage of justice
Bray to retire as Regina Police Chief - SaskToday.ca
Bray set to leave after seven years as Police Chief and 28 years with Regina Police Service.
Manitoba First Nation dealing with drug crisis | CTV News
A Manitoba First Nation is enacting measures to combat an ongoing drug and addiction crisis while also calling on the federal and provincial governments to do more to address drug-related deaths within northern remote Indigenous communities.
54 candidates vie for vacant London Police Services Board seat | CBC News
When London city council votes to pick a new member of the London Police Services Board, they certainly won't be lacking for options with 54 candidates in the running.
Windsor Police Service Board 'not able' to comment on salary of former police chief | CTV News
Mayor Drew Dilkens said he could not comment on the salary of Windsor’s former chief of police who was paid $266,536.34 in 2022, despite retiring suddenly in March.
The way Waterloo regional police calculate race-based data raises concerns among crime researchers | CBC News
The way the Waterloo Region Police Service (WRPS) in Ontario measures racial inequalities in policing is raising concerns with some people who have expertise in criminology and law enforcement.
A Snapshot of Ontario's Drug Trafficking Networks - Grey Dynamics
In this article, there will be an outline of one of Canada’s drug trafficking hot spots: Ontario. Several organised crime groups are active
Toronto wants to expand drug decriminalization to cover all ages and substances | CBC News
Toronto has updated its 14-month-old decriminalization request to the federal government, clarifying it wants a Health Canada exemption to cover all drugs for personal use, and that the exemption should extend to young people as well as adults.
Toronto showed 'significant unfairness' in controversial encampment clearings, report finds | CBC News
Toronto showed "significant unfairness" when it cleared encampments in the summer of 2021 and chose to act quickly despite there being no urgency to do so, an investigation into the controversial moves has found.
Don't vote for candidates who want to defund police, Ford tells Toronto voters | CBC News
Voters in Toronto's upcoming mayoral byelection should not support anyone who wants to cut police budgets, Ontario Premier Doug Ford said Tuesday in the wake of an apparently unprovoked fatal stabbing of a 16-year-old at a city subway station.
London Police Services Board newest member chosen | CTV News
It took just two rounds of voting to narrow the list of candidates for the London Police Services Board (LPSB) from 54 down to one.
Councillor docked pay for 'vociferously' endorsing Hamilton police budget as son is staff sergeant: report | CBC News
Ward 7 Coun. Esther Pauls acknowledged she was 'unknowingly' in a conflict of interest and won't vote on police budget in the future.
'At least take it with a grain of salt': Low turnout for Barrie Police Service safety survey that shows increased support of officers
Only 929 participants weighed in, among a city of more than 160,000.
Ruling makes it clear: persons with family members as employees should not serve on the Police Services Board – bayobserver.ca Hamilton, Burlington and GTA
Toronto cop allegedly ignored murder victim’s domestic violence report | The Star
“You took no action to protect the complainant despite her repeated pleas that her ex-boyfriend’s behaviour caused her to fear for her safety.”
London police spent $265K on patrols for 2022 Western University homecoming: report - London | Globalnews.ca
Niagara’s deputy police chief salary higher than Toronto’s chief on 2022 Sunshine List | StCatharinesStandard.ca
Bill Fordy paid $375,603 in 2022, compared to $242,362 a year earlier
Where are the Mounties involved in N.S. mass shooting response now? | CTV News
Almost three years after a man disguised as a Mountie started murdering people in Portapique, N.S., on the night of April 18, 2020, the senior RCMP officers and staff involved in the tragic case have all either retired or moved into new jobs.
BIPOC USHR unsurprised as P.E.I.'s number of hate crimes doubles | CBC News
Nineteen cases of hate-motivated crimes were reported by police on P.E.I. in 2021, data from Statistics Canada shows, making the provincial rate the highest in the country.
RCMP phone tracking continues despite privacy concerns - The Globe and Mail
Policy addressing use of technology that mimics cell towers to receive signals has been in works since 2017 and is yet to be finalized
Federal budget 2023: Canada to create foreign-interference office to combat meddling from China, Russia - The Globe and Mail
RCMP given nearly $50-million as Ottawa also establishes office to fight influence campaigns from foreign authoritarian regimes
'Intelligence is deeply lacking' on guns smuggled into Atlantic Canada, says newly released CBSA report | SaltWire
Authorities are not doing a good job tracking guns smuggled into Atlantic Canada from the United States, according to a Canada Border Services Agency ...
Here's why police are struggling to recruit new officers — and why some still want to wear a badge | CBC News
Hamilton police are struggling to attract recruits amid officer deaths nationwide, low morale and what they describe as hefty workloads. But some still want to join and Hamilton police say they've been able to hire more diverse candidates.
Meaningful bail reform requires community supports not 'more policing, more court work, and more corrections': Sen. Pate - The Hill Times
Why Canada's Sikh community is worried about India's police crackdown | Canada
Tensions between the Indian state and its Sikh community have trickled into the Canada, following a government-led chase for Amritpal Singh.
Seattle, feds seek to end most oversight of city's police | AP News
SEATTLE (AP) — The U.S. Justice Department and Seattle officials asked a judge Tuesday to end most federal oversight of the city’s police department, saying its sustained, decade-long reform efforts are a model for other cities whose law enforcement agencies face federal civil rights investigations.