As Edmonton police continue to petition for more resources, one city councillor is suggesting a different approach to tackling crime in and around the city's recreation centres.
In recent weeks, Toronto's OCAD University held an active shooter exercise in conjunction with Toronto Police as well as technology provider Guardly. Guardly recently detailed the experience on their website. For more information, the full blog post and images posted via Twitter, refer to the Guardly website.
Security will be tight, but the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games will not be a repeat of the notorious G20 summit in Toronto, an officer with the Games' Integrated Security Unit told a Mississauga crowd this week.
Two men built the mysterious bunker found near York University in Toronto to use the space as a "man cave," police announced Monday.
Toronto police said a mysterious tunnel discovered near a Pan Am Games venue posed no risk to the summer sporting event, but they're still seeking the public's help to find out who made it and why.
Loss of innocence was the theme that echoed throughout the day Saturday as people remembered 14 women who were shot to death at the Ecole polytechnique 25 years ago because of their gender.
Sheridan students are pitching in to contribute their services to Toronto’s biggest sporting event, the 2015 Pan Am Games. What makes it important for Michael Near, a second-year Investigations student, is “the fact that you get to work at an international event but also locally. It’s a really fascinating opportunity that I’m looking forward to.”
York University administration is adding an additional $1.5 million for new safety initiatives on top of the regular $9-million annual budget for core security expenses.
Nearly 300 delegates and close to 100 exhibitors will gather in Montréal for the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators’ Inc. (IACLEA) 56th Annual Conference and Exposition from Friday, June 20, through Tuesday, June 24, at the Hilton Montréal Bonaventure.
TELUS and the Rotman School of Management at The University of Toronto have released the 2014 TELUS-Rotman Security Study. Now in its sixth year, the annual survey tracks industry trends and documents the state of IT security in Canada. The 2014 report focuses on how enterprises can stay secure while making progressive innovation decisions by taking a "security responsible" approach.
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