If you search online for job titles like “software engineer” or “senior software engineer,” you will find more than 100,000 active listings in North America alone, including heavy hitters like Anthem Inc. (Google), Amazon, GE, Apple and Canada’s big four banks. As the job market continues to ...Read more
by Dr. Frank Trovato
Is there one best leadership style for managing crisis incidents? The management literature offers an abundance of opinions on this subject. For example in the police literature, the common styles identified by a number of police training facilities have included ...Read more
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
By virtually any metric, Canada is one of the safest countries in the world, but it’s hardly perfect—ask the residents of a First Nations reservation in Manitoba if they feel as safe as the residents of affluent Rosedale in Toronto. Police crime reduction initiatives can claim their fair share ...Read more
Our monthly series on trends in Canadian law enforcement continues today with a look at distracted driving. In our previous posts we’ve looked at topics like Cybercrime and Fentanyl Abuse . Each of these subjects serves to demonstrate the daunting range of challenges faced by Ontario police ...Read more
Being a Commonwealth country, Canada has adopted a community-based policing strategy that has more in common with its British and Australian counterparts than with American policing tactics, especially when it comes to large cities.
The reasons for these differences between the Canadian ...Read more