Sunday, September 25, 2022

Former Victoria police chief receives unprecedented penalty

VICTORIA - Former Victoria police chief Frank Elsner will never wear a police uniform in Canada again. Although Elsner resigned in May 2017, his service record will now show that he committed eight acts of misconduct under the Police Act which would have resulted in his dismissal from policing. (Victoria Times Colonist)
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  • Vancouver Police issue warning about notorious child abductor

    VANCOUVER - Convicted child abductor Randall Peter Hopley is living in Vancouver and police are warning the public that they believe he poses a risk of significant harm to the safety of young boys. (Vancouver Sun)

    Suspected Newman cop killer arrested in Bakersfield

    The suspect wanted in the fatal shooting of a small-town police officer in Stanislaus County that prompted a statewide manhunt was arrested early Friday in Bakersfield, officials said. (SF Gate)
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  • Officer down

    Ontario’s ombudsman urged the OPP to make changes to prevent suicide among its members in 2012. Twelve officers have died by suicide since then. The Fifth Estate reveals what the OPP missed - and looks at what can be done to fix what some call a culture of bullying and harassment. (CBC News)

    ‘Nothing to see here, folks’: What Canadians are increasingly being told about national security matters

    Whoddunit? What happened? Why’d it happen? It’s only natural that human beings will ask these questions if a shooting happens in their neighbourhood, a vehicle rams into pedestrians, or people in their city are arrested for having explosive devices. So natural that there are entire genres of books, movies and TV shows devoted to people asking these questions and doggedly pursuing answers. (Toronto Sun)

    Ex-Dallas police officer found guilty of murder for killing neighbour after mistakenly entering his apartment

    DALLAS - A Dallas jury found former police officer Amber Guyger guilty on Tuesday of murder when she accidentally walked into a neighbor’s apartment thinking it was her own and shot him dead as he ate ice cream. (National Post)
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  • Cops turn blind eye to indigenous protesters

    TYENDINAGA TOWNSHIP — Via and CN Rail are not allowed at this crossing — and neither is the Toronto Sun. Says who? (Toronto Sun)
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  • Three officers shot in Cedar Park, Texas, suspect barricaded with hostages

    Police in Texas say three officers have been shot and wounded injured in a shooting in Cedar Park, 20 miles outside downtown Austin. The suspect is barricaded inside a home and the situation remains active. 'At this time we can confirm three Cedar Park Police Officers have been shot,' the force tweeted at around 5:20pm local time. (Daily Mail)

    Photo of police officer breastfeeding malnourished infant goes viral

    BUENOS AIRES - A police officer in Argentina performed a "gesture of love" after she heard a crying baby that needed to be fed. Officer Celeste Ayala breastfed the malnourished infant, a moment that was captured in a photo and went viral on social media. (CBS News)

    One teen dead, second arrested after construction site incident

    OTTAWA - A 17-year-old boy succumbed to his injuries in what police describe as a collision at a Barrhaven construction site Monday night. (Ottawa Citizen)

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