Body language is an important part of any career, but it is particularly valuable in law enforcement. A police officer interacts with a wide array of individuals, so body language impacts his or her interactions with the public. By understanding policing body language and the way citizens ...Read more
Mass government surveillance has become a fact of modern life, though most citizens are unlikely to note how often each day their images are captured by cameras; their metadata tracked while browsing the web; and even their locations logged thanks to the GPS capability included in most ...Read more
Last month we debuted a new series on the top challenges faced by police in Canada with a look at cybercrime . Today we’re moving on to examine the ongoing fentanyl crisis, which has claimed the lives of hundreds of Canadians and strained the resources of police departments from major cities ...Read more
Over the years, many police officers have been educated at Wilfrid Laurier University. Today, our online Bachelor of Arts in Policing program is recognized as one of the best programs for active law enforcement professionals looking to upgrade their skills. Over the next few months on the ...Read more
Early this morning, a magnitude 7.9 earthquake in Alaska made world headlines, leading to tsunami alerts along the western seaboard from British Columbia down to Northern California, and across the ocean in Japan. Fortunately, the slow-rolling quake occurred too far off the coast to cause much ...Read more
One of the most pressing issues when it comes to policing in Ontario is managing an efficient and effective police service in a diverse community. There is no place where this is more evident than in Toronto, which is one of the world's most diverse cities. As a result, the police presence in ...Read more
The Toronto Police Service announced the promotion of three officers - Shawna Coxon, Barbara McLean and Peter Yuen - to the position of Deputy Chief.
“These are three innovative and ...Read more