Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council upset after RCMP cleared in fatal shooting near Tofino | CTV News
The Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council, which represents about 10,000 members on Vancouver Island, says it's disappointed after the RCMP were cleared of wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of a member last year.
Copaganda and layered policing: behind the Vancouver Police social safety net report - Spring
During the first week of November, the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) once again bumbled clumsily into the world of politics with a social safety net report. Produced by neoliberal Alberta-based tech company HelpSeeker Technologies, it tried to cast shade on social services agencies—and by association the people who access those services—in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (DTES),
Annual RCMP awards herald ‘outstanding contributions’ to public safety in the Upper Fraser Valley - Chilliwack Progress
40 deserving recipients took home an Officer in Charge award from UFVRD in 2022
'We misunderstood': Vancouver mayor's public safety plan not being funded by the province after all
B.C.'s newly announced public safety plan does not allocate funding for the Vancouver mayor's plan to hire more mental health nurses and police officers in the city, the office of the premier has confirmed.
Victoria police board member steps down over information, mental health response concerns - Saanich News
Paul Schachter said more information needed on how budgets used
B.C. child welfare system unfairly ‘policing and surveilling’ families, groups say - The Lawyer's Daily
A number of rights and community groups are calling on British Columbia to reform a child welfare system they say is “policing and surveilling” families — at a time when the province has unveiled legislation aimed at removing barriers to Indigenous peoples exercising jurisdiction over child and family services.
Province reviewing findings of Chu’s Calgary Police Commission investigation - Calgary | Globalnews.ca
Lethbridge police to add over 35 positions over 4 years | CTV News
The Lethbridge Police Service could have more boots on the ground in a matter of months.
Regina Sexual Assault Centre reviewing MJPS cases where no charges were laid - MooseJawToday.com
The Regina Sexual Assault Centre spoke about its review of sexual assault-related police files during the recent Board of Police Commissioners meeting.
Local police want Saskatoon-created safety program but need bigger budget first - MooseJawToday.com
Police Chief Rick Bourassa spoke with media about the Alternative Response Officers program after the recent Board of Police Commissioners meeting.
Police budget ‘in good shape’ despite some cost overruns, chief says - MooseJawToday.com
The Board of Police Commissioners discussed the police service's budget during the board's recent November meeting.
Police board learns about Saskatoon policing project that helps improve public safety - MooseJawToday.com
Insp. Darren Pringle with the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) spoke by Zoom to the Moose Jaw Board of Police Commissioners recently about the SPS’s Alternative Response Officers (AROs) program.
RCMP commander questions Saskatchewan’s plan for new Marshals Service - The Globe and Mail
Once the face of a massive police manhunt for a mass murderer, Rhonda Blackmore says RCMP reinforcements sorely needed - particularly in First Nations
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.
Surrey Police Service disbandment ‘would most likely mark the end of my policing career’ | Watch News Videos Online
Officer son no issue for police board seat: Hamilton city councillor | TheSpec.com
Chief details shuffle in roles for top brass
Guelph police board to get new chairperson - Guelph News
Robert Carter, who has been on the board the last four years, chaired his final meeting Thursday
Toronto police board says renowned gunsmith killed in raid was 'author of his own misfortune' | CBC News
The renowned gunsmith who died in a police raid just over a year ago "was the author of his own misfortune," the Toronto Police Services Board says in a recently filed statement of defence.
'Open dialogue': Police board discusses inclusivity, diversity - Barrie News
Equity, diversity and inclusion committee formed three years ago and now includes 15 members
Two police board members bid farewell | TheRecord.com
Rosita Tse and Karl Kiefer served for 5.5 and eight years, respectively
Niagara police budget up $8 million | NiagaraFallsReview.ca
Chief Bryan MacCulloch says more funding needed for inflationary pressures, program enhancements
Why Nova Scotia's RCMP tactical team is 'shaking mad' 2 years after Portapique tragedy | CBC News
Members of Nova Scotia’s emergency response team are upset after texts between a superintendent and a subordinate reveal they were making fun of their mental health requests in the aftermath of the Portapique tragedy.
How the RCMP says it has changed since the Nova Scotia mass shooting | CBC News
A lawyer representing the Attorney General of Canada says the RCMP have made several policy changes since the mass shooting in 2020 in a report made public Thursday.
Statement by Minister Lametti on Royal Assent of legislation that addresses systemic racism and discrimination in the criminal justice system
/CNW/ - The Honourable David Lametti, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, today issued the following statement: "Bill C-5 received Royal Assent...
Niagara cop charged with perjury for allegedly lying during trial | The Star
Columnist Rosie DiManno follows the bouncing ball backwards on a police perjury case that leads back to a bathroom break and an attempted murder involving two Niagara police officers.
Brenda Lucki vows to keep top RCMP job amid cabinet discontent - The Globe and Mail
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has not made a decision on whether to reappoint Commissioner Lucki when her five-year term comes up for renewal in March
Minister Blair 'embarrassed' by lack of police response to convoy protests, evidence shows | CBC News
Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair was “embarrassed” by the police response to the convoy protests in Ottawa last winter, evidence presented at the inquiry probing the government’s use of the emergency powers shows.
Emergencies Act inquiry to hear from 2 senior cabinet ministers today | CBC News
The inquiry into the federal government's use of emergency powers to respond to anti-COVID-19 vaccine mandate protests that blocked trade corridors and gridlocked parts of downtown Ottawa this past winter will hear from two senior cabinet ministers today.
CSIS head says he supported invoking the Emergencies Act last winter to address convoy protests | CBC News
The head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) says he supported invoking the Emergencies Act to address anti-COVID-19 vaccine mandate protests last winter because the regular tools were "just not enough to address the situation."
Durham officer docked 60 hours pay for post which took aim at chief over wife’s 'Freedom Convoy' video | CP24.com
A Durham Regional Police officer has been ordered to work an additional 60 hours after taking aim at the police chief on Instagram.
Since George Floyd, police killings have not declined despite reforms
Police have killed more than 1,000 Americans this year. Too many of those deaths occur during traffic stops.
Louisville police chief to resign at end of year | The Star
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville Police Chief Erika Shields will step down in January, less than two years after she took the job amid tensions over ...