Victoria pleas for end of police supervision of Mental Health Act detainees – Victoria News
City says officers having to stay at hospital while individuals are assessed strains resources
Province must move faster on police reform, municipal leaders in B.C. say | CBC News
Local politicians across British Columbia urged the provincial government on Monday to start moving on reforms to policing after consultations that began more than two years ago but have yet to yield any concrete action.
LPS sufficiently restructured and concerns are dealt with, says police commission - My Lethbridge Now
The Lethbridge Police Service is on a good track rebuilding public trust after receiving a response to its action plan from Justice Minister Tyler Shandro, […]
After tragic stabbings in Sask., First Nations leaders call for their own police force | CBC News
First Nations leaders in Saskatchewan are calling for more policing in their communities, something the federal ministry of public safety says it's eager to help with and agrees more needs to be done.
Winnipeg police seeing increase in call volumes | CTV News
Calls to the Winnipeg Police Service’s communications centre are up, and so is the amount of time it takes for those calls to get answered.
Mayoral candidate Rick Shone calls for firing of Winnipeg police Chief Danny Smyth | CBC News
Winnipeg mayoral candidate Rick Shone says one of his first acts if he's elected will be to fire police Chief Danny Smyth, although the mayor does not have that power.
Future of policing is in hands of Waterloo Region voters | TheRecord.com
There are many issues for voters to ponder in the buildup to municipal elections Oct. 24. The best way to have their say, is to vote
Veteran Toronto cop dead in Tim Hortons ‘ambush’ | The Star
Const. Andrew Hong was “a husband, a father and a son,” a visibly emotional Toronto police chief James Ramer said late Monday, his voice trembling over the death of an officer colleagues described as a “gentle giant.”
Toronto police officer killed in 'ambush' as shooting rampage ends with suspect's death | CBC News
A gunman shot and killed a Toronto police officer at close range at a Mississauga, Ont., restaurant Monday afternoon in what police described as an unprovoked "ambush."
Police board considers new search and detention policy after trans woman’s treatment
London might become the second large urban police service in Ontario to enact a board policy regarding the search and detention of transgender people. The proposed board policy comes in the wake of a high profile incident last month in London, Ont. after trans activist and Twitch streamer Clara Sorrenti was the victim of a swatting incident.
Thunder Bay Police Board expert panel set to issue an interim report - TBNewsWatch.com
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'Always had a smile on his face': Colleagues remember slain Toronto police officer - CityNews Ottawa
TORONTO — Const. Andrew Hong loved to smile, ride motorcycles and spend time with his family.
Doubts over Thunder Bay Police Services Board structure - TBNewsWatch.com
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Port Hope police chief Bryant Wood announces plan to leave post in 2023 - Peterborough | Globalnews.ca
Administrator put in charge of Thunder Bay police oversight body details divisions, governance failings | CBC News
The administrator appointed to oversee the Thunder Bay Police Services Board says he's found a divided group and “a very concerning failure” to act on past recommendations. Malcolm Mercer also says in his newly released report that "the board was not equipped to do all that was asked of it."
Regional police working on more alternative services for mental health related calls - CityNews Kitchener
A team of mental health and addictions professionals has been able to respond with police each time it was requested this year
Halifax police board to release, review extra-duty policy following Superstore cops controversy
Coun. Lindell Smith brought a motion in response to public criticism about cops' corporate moonlighting.
Halifax police to make extra-duty policy public after providing it to police board | SaltWire
Halifax’s board of police commissioners has voted to have the Halifax Regional Police and Halifax District RCMP present written policies on extra-duty and ...
Why many N.S. municipalities may need to pay more for policing | CBC News
The resources that police forces in Nova Scotia need to protect the public — and how they'll pay for those resources — will soon be finalized through new standards, in a major shift from years of informal agreements that RCMP leaders say have become a "drain."
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10 Nova Scotia law profs urge police reform in open letter to N.L. government | CBC News
Ten law professors at a Nova Scotia university are asking the Newfoundland and Labrador government to create an independent police oversight agency amid ongoing allegations that multiple officers sexually harassed and assaulted women.
RCMP has a history of failing to follow outside advice after deadly events | CBC News
The RCMP has an uneven record when it comes to implementing recommendations and guidelines following tragedies, according to a CBC News analysis. And that raises concerns as the inquiry into the Nova Scotia mass shooting winds down and a probe of the horrific recent stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan gets underway.
Law-and-Order Policies Make Us Less Safe. The Trajectory of the '90s Shows Why.
Across the U.S., Democratic politicians are embracing playbooks that put mass incarceration into overdrive in the ‘90s.
Federal Oversight of Police Has Cost Cleveland Millions. What’s Changed? | The Marshall Project
Consent decrees force cities to change abusive police tactics. But Cleveland still has work to do.