The relationship between police and Black communities has been "deeply problematic and tense" across North America, says Natalie Delia Deckard. That's one reason she felt compelled to apply to be on the Windsor police services board.
The acting Thunder Bay Police Chief Dan Taddeo plans an expansion of the force that would include two major crime detective constables among other new officer and civilian positions, while the board's administrator says the raise is needed to fairly compensate board members for their work.
York Regional Police created the country's first police-run mental health and wellness center, a 6,000-square-foot space dedicated to helping officers and their families.
Municipal leaders in Thunder Bay say the city’s ballooning policing costs, which are partially due to implementing recommendations from the 2018 Sinclair Report, can’t be contained without provincial and federal help
Legislation should be enacted no later than early 2024
Ron Chatha was re-elected as chair of the Peel Police Services Board at its Jan. 27 board meeting, the first one of the year.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the boost in police officers on Toronto transit in the wake of recent violence is a "Band Aid solution" and is calling for the city to hire more police officers.
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Gerry Lougheed Jr. said that while the ‘paramilitary model’ of policing served its purpose, the future is with a ‘community-based model’ that’s ‘inclusive to all parts of the community'
It's to fill the vacancy left by former chair Robert Carter
Wednesday's draft Ottawa Police Service budget calls for $401.2 million for operations — with 83 per cent, or almost $332 million, earmarked for compensation — plus another $60 million for capital costs.
Farquharson will leave the Peterborough service on March 1, 2023 and assume his new duties in Port Hope the same day