Tag Archives: Canada

RCMP – Credit Where Credit’s Due

Your job may not be the most life-affirming, soul-uplifting walk though a rose garden, but there is something you can be thankful for—someone else is doing the police work.

In the first week of April, the Cranbrook detachment, the Cranbrook/Kimberley Crime Reduction Unit as well as the Cranbrook Police Dog Service, were able to arrest Cody Kenneth Bauer of Calgary and Kristopher Goerzen of Brooks. Both have been charged with the first degree murder of Nick Lush.

Source: www.kootenayadvertiser.com

Anonymous Takes Credit For Hacking Montreal Police Website

The Quebec branch of online hacktivist collective ”Anonymous” is taking credit for hacking the Montreal police and Montreal police brotherhood’s websites.

Around 10:30 p.m. ET on Friday, the Montreal police website went offline, followed minutes later by that of the Montreal police brotherhood. As of 10 a.m. on Saturday, the former was still not working…

Source: www.cbc.ca

Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Police ‘Scots on the Rocks’ Concert on April 23rd

The Greater Sudbury Police Pipe Band presents its concert, “Scots on the Rocks,” starting at 7 p.m. April 23.

They’ll be joined at the concert, which takes place at Lockerby Composite School, by special guests Cameron’s Ceilidh and the Sudbury and District Pipe Band.

Tickets, which cost $20 for general admission and $15 for those under the age of 18 and over the age of 60, are available at Jett Landry Music, Octave Music and M&R Grill in Capreol.

Source: www.northernlife.ca

In conversation with Ontario’s first female undercover officer and first criminal profiler

Kate Lines began her policing career in 1977 as a traffic cop with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), handing out tickets and responding to crashes.


One day, she responded to a posting for an “unmarried, female officer,” a choice that would make her the first woman to be a full-time undercover cop for the OPP. She would later train with the FBI in the then-emerging field of criminal profiling and end up working on some of Canada’s most infamous cases, from Michael Dunahee’s disappearance in B.C., to helping track down Paul Bernardo, Michael Rafferty and Russell Williams.


Her memoir of those years, Crime Seen: From Patrol Cop to Profiler, My Stories from Behind the Yellow Tape, is now on bookstore shelves.

Source: news.nationalpost.com

Ed: Get the book from Amazon or your preferred retailer.