Surrey police chief explains why he’ll keep hiring despite council vote to keep RCMP - BC | Globalnews.ca
Surrey police force transition: SPS Chief rebukes council - Coast Reporter
Surrey Police Service Chief Norm Lipinski says he doesn't take direction from city council, which has asked for a hiring freeze.
Vancouver council set to vote on $4.5M for more police, $1.5M for mental health nurses | CBC News
New Mayor Ken Sim and his majority ABC Vancouver Party promised to hire 100 new VPD officers and 100 new mental health workers in last month's civic election.
Surrey Police Service to keep hiring despite council vote to go with RCMP | The Star
SURREY, B.C. - The Surrey Police Service says it will continue hiring and deploying officers despite a vote by city council Monday to stick with RCMP ...
Surrey city council has voted to keep the RCMP. What happens now? | CBC News
Surrey appears to be moving toward scrapping a years-long transition to a municipal force, but the details on how and when that might become official are still up in the air.
Policing in flux across B.C., as political pledges prove complex to implement - Nelson Star
Possible changes coming to Surrey, Esquimalt, Vancouver
94% of municipal police in Surrey, B.C., sign vow not to join ‘toxic’ RCMP: union | The Star
SURREY, B.C. - The union representing members of the fledgling Surrey Police Service says its officers and civilian workers have “no intention” of joi...
Surrey Police Union says 94% of members have 'no intention' of joining RCMP | CBC News
The union representing members of the fledgling Surrey Police Service says its officers and civilian workers have "no intention'' of joining the RCMP, should the municipal force be scrapped
Vancouver police report 'leaves a bad taste' for critics who say cops are becoming too political | CBC News
A contentious new report on Vancouver's "social safety net" commissioned by the city's police department is reigniting concerns about whether the force is becoming inappropriately political.
Vancouver police call for centralized body to co-ordinate services on the Downtown Eastside | CBC News
Included in the financial arithmetic of the VPD-commissioned report are budgets for things that do not meet the traditional definition of a social safety net, like firefighting and policing, among others. But Chief Adam Palmer says the report provides a useful jumping-off point.
Province reviewing findings of Chu’s Calgary Police Commission investigation - Calgary | Globalnews.ca
Public confidence in Edmonton police drops in 2021, report shows | CBC News
The Edmonton police commission says more work is needed to regain the public’s trust in the Edmonton police, representatives said during a city council meeting Tuesday.
Sean Chu's deputy mayor time up in the air? | CTV News
The City of Calgary has scheduled a special meeting of council for Tuesday afternoon, weeks ahead of what would be the start of Ward 4 Coun. Sean Chu's time as deputy mayor.
Smith orders final decision, launch of Alberta Police Service | CTV News
Alberta's new premier is moving ahead on a plan to ditch the RCMP and create a provincial police force, despite a report stating it will cost taxpayers more.
External policing expert to review challenges in Prince Albert - SaskToday.ca
The Prince Albert Board of Police Commissioners announced an external policing expert will provide a review and report of the challenges, needs, relationship and operations of policing in the city.
'They’ve been struggling': Sask. government calls independent review of Prince Albert police | CTV News
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Corrections, Policing and Public Safety has appointed a former Edmonton police chief to conduct an outside review of the Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS).
Winnipeg council appoints Scott Gillingham to police board, fulfilling mayor's election promise | CBC News
Mayor Scott Gillingham has fulfilled an election promise to get himself appointed to the Winnipeg Police Board, and is promising to appoint members from the inner city as well.
Incoming police chief's baggage creates uphill battle, observers say | CBC News
Observers say Ottawa's incoming police chief comes with baggage from his time with the RCMP in British Columbia, which will force him to work even harder to gain the trust of racialized communities in Ottawa as he starts Thursday.
Homicides will put Thunder Bay in national news again, acting police chief laments - TBNewsWatch.com
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Peel police Tasering autistic teen ‘big failure,’ says father | The Star
Mississauga family left traumatized by police incident doubt the effectiveness of the programs set up to help police deal with people in crisis.
NAN calling for immediate implementation of coroner’s inquest recommendations - TBNewsWatch.com
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Waterloo Region Police to revise draft budget after concerns from board members | TheSpec.com
Police service’s draft operating and capital budgets for 2023 presented to police board Wednesday
Disgraced police officer appeals order to resign or be fired - Guelph News
Const. Corey McArthur asks the Ontario Civilian Police Commission to review sentence for 2016 attack on teenager handcuffed to hospital bed
Moncton council leans toward adding 5 RCMP officers next year | CBC News
Several Moncton councillors appeared supportive of adding five more Codiac Regional RCMP officers next year.
Under fire over claims of political interference, Lucki calls for new rules on RCMP's relationship with Ottawa | CBC News
RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki says it's time to bring in better guardrails between the national police force and the federal government to avoid future allegations of political interference.
Emergencies Act inquiry: Highlights from public safety officials | CTV News
The Public Order Emergency Commission started hearing from federal officials for the first time on Monday, as it continues the inquiry into the federal government's invocation of the Emergencies Act to end the 'Freedom Convoy' protests. Here's a roundup of the key moments from Monday's Public Safety Canada and Global Affairs Canada witnesses.
Why Toronto police are involved with more mental illness cases | The Star
Both police and mental health experts agree that “apprehensions” by officers aren’t an ideal way to respond to people in crisis, yet
Justice Department Launches Investigation of Worcester Police Department | OPA | Department of Justice
The Justice Department announced today that it has opened a pattern or practice investigation into the Worcester Police Department (WPD).