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  • Future Shock for Policing
    Future Shock for Policing

    When the Ontario Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (MCSCS) established the Future of Policing Advisory Committee (FPAC) after the 2011 election, it did so based on the advice of Ontario’s police leaders.

  • Collaborating for Community Safety and Well-being in Ontario
    Collaborating for Community Safety and Well-being in Ontario

    “Reducing crime and social disorder by mobilizing and supporting others might be among our highest yield policing strategies and among the most affordable options for high crime, marginalized environments.”

  • Ride-alongs Provide Insight and Understanding
    Ride-alongs Provide Insight and Understanding

    Before joining the Timmins Police Service as Corporate Communications Coordinator a few months ago, I thought I had a general idea of what police officers do. They nab speeders, catch impaired drivers, and arrest people for drug offenses.

  • Reputation and Trust for 21st Century Policing
    Reputation and Trust for 21st Century Policing

    Police organizations that meet their organizational mandates depend on a critical element for success: Public Trust. Policing in Canada is based on the concept that law enforcers police with the consent of the citizens they serve and this consent is firmly based on trust.

  • Managing a Crisis Can Make or Break a Leader
    Managing a Crisis Can Make or Break a Leader

    Police leaders, like their counterparts in the public sector or the business world, understand that their success as leaders often depends on their ability to manage a crisis...

  • Community Policing is What We Do
    Community Policing is What We Do

    When I was invited to speak at a session of the International Association of Chiefs of Police's 2010 Annual Conference in Orlando, FL, it gave me a chance to drop in on ...