Province looking to fill vacancy on New West police board - New West Record
Applications for vacancy on New Westminster police board being accepted until Aug. 30
More questions than answers about Alberta's provincial police proposal, area mayors say | CBC News
There’s a similar thought crossing the minds of several leaders in cities and towns surrounding Calgary: how would a provincial police service better serve Albertans?
How Calgary police are cracking sexual-assault cold cases with DNA banks - The Globe and Mail
With private brokers tapping into genetic genealogical databases like Ancestry.com and 23andme, police no longer need an exact match between crime-scene DNA and a suspect’s. A close match is enough to get them started
Costs drove out Alberta's first police force, RCMP expert says - StAlbertToday.ca
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Talks of Regina police wearing body cameras on hold — at least for now | CBC News
Regina’s board of police commissioners is waiting for the results of the Saskatoon Police Services’s body-worn camera pilot project before making any moves, according to board member and Mayor Sandra Masters.
Police board chair in favour of any measure that keeps violent offenders off the streets | Winnipeg Sun
Manitoba RCMP wants to improve Indigenous-police relations - Thompson Citizen and Nickel Belt News
Asst. Commissioner Rob Hill told the Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak annual general assembly Aug. 24 that the police force must listen to communities, especially about negative experiences.
Windsor police chief job posting online until Sept.19 | CTV News
The Windsor Police Services Board is stepping up its search for a new chief.
Peel Police holds ‘community update’ on use of force against Black residents, blocks public from attending | The Pointer
Peel Police holds ‘community update’ on use of force against Black residents, blocks public from attending
A new round of Freedom Convoy reviews is coming. Here's what you need to know | CBC News
The inquiry that will examine the federal government's reasons for using emergency measures to end last winter's Freedom Convoy protests is asking members of the public to share their stories of the occupation of downtown Ottawa.
3 Thunder Bay police officers face misconduct allegations | CBC News
The Thunder Bay Police Services Board has agreed to extend the timeline to serve three officers with hearing notices over allegations they harassed another sworn member of the northwestern Ontario city's police service.
Morriseau files 4th human rights complaint against Police Board - TBNewsWatch.com
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Deadline for new Peterborough Police chief job applications is Monday | ThePeterboroughExaminer.com
Scott Gilbert retired abruptly in early February.
Quebec to invest $250 million to hire more Montreal police, reduce gun violence - The Globe and Mail
Spending $45 million per year will allow the city to hire up to 225 more officers, Public Security Minister Geneviève Guilbault said Saturday
Simmering rift between RCMP, municipal police, boils over in N.S. inquiry | CBC News
The mass shooting in April 2020 that scarred Nova Scotians has also strained the fraught relationship between the RCMP and municipal forces in the province, with leaders bringing their feud into the inquiry examining the massacre.
The investigation of a young girl’s death in Nova Scotia points to flaws in rural policing - The Globe and Mail
RCMP said Sia Van Wyck’s death in a farmer’s field that was being mowed was an accident. But a series of red flags has her family pushing for the case to be reopened.
Police response to mental health, social issues will keep changing, outgoing chief says | CBC News
Outgoing Fredericton Chief Roger Brown says change in how policing is done has only just begun, and on some fronts, "it's getting tougher."
Deputy RCMP commissioner defends use of spyware but concedes 'legislative gaps' | CBC News
The deputy commissioner of the RCMP says its use of spyware is necessary when other investigative means run their course but concedes there are "legislative gaps" in governing when such technology is used.