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Police open data site lets citizens track crimes

Want to know how many break-ins there were recently in your neighbourhood? How many cars were stolen or broken into in the area, or how many traffic accidents occur at a particular intersection? 621 more words

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FCPD 2015 National Crime Statistical Information (Group A Offenses) Released

The Police Department’s Crime, Traffic and Intelligence Analysis Division of the Planning and Research Bureau has made available the 2015 Incident-Based Reporting (IBR) crime statistical data for Group A offenses. 643 more words

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Cooper: Poor in cities may get left behind after election

In the aftermath of the election, pundits are chatting about the future of the NDP. The electoral map of Saskatchewan is coloured green. Some Saskatchewan Party vote percentages entered into the realm of ridiculous, and the NDP is trying to figure out what to do next. 654 more words

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This Liberal Mecca Now Paying Criminals NOT to Shoot People ⋆ US Herald

Now, from the liberal mecca that has ordered six-weeks mandatory parental leave for new mothers, fathers and “same-gendered persons” to be paid by businesses with 20 or more employees, comes a program that puts […] 38 more words

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Chat with the police chief: Rod Knecht focuses on safe injection sites, spate of killings

If a safe injection site for IV drug users reduces crime and helps people get to a better place in their lives, Edmonton police Chief Rod Knecht says he would throw his full weight behind it. 917 more words

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Crime rates are falling. So why has Canada had the same number of police officers for years?

The strength of Canadian police forces has remained constant for years, even as crime rates fall steeply, data released today by Statistics Canada shows.

Canada has had just under 70,000 police officers since 2009, a number that has grown slowly from about 50,000 in the mid-1980s. 442 more words

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Taxi driver shot in St-Léonard is Montreal's first slaying of 2016

Montreal has finally seen its first homicide of the year with the death Friday night of a taxi driver who was shot in St-Léonard overnight from Wednesday to Thursday. 181 more words

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