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Number of Canadian Police Officers Falls to 10-Year Low

The number of police officers in Canada has fallen to a 10-year low, with 68,562 officers nationwide in 2018—463 fewer than a year earlier.

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Canadian Officers Sue Attorney General Over Fatal Shootings

Four officers with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police filed suit against the attorney general claiming they were inadequately trained and equipped to deal with a heavily armed gunman that claimed the lives of three of their colleagues in 2014.

Senior RCMP Intelligence Officer Arrested on Espionage Charges

A senior intelligence officer with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has been arrested and charged with espionage on behalf of a foreign power.

Good Samaritan Helps Canadian Officer Save Drowning Woman

A young man saw an officer about to jump into an indoor pool to save a woman from drowning and bravely jumped in to assist in the effort.

Canadian Officer Severely Beaten with Own Handcuffs

Delta police Supt. Harj Sidhu says the officer received 23 stitches and staples to close five separate lacerations to his face and head. Despite serious face and head wounds, the officer managed to hold the man in the vehicle until backup arrived.

Gunfire Erupts at Toronto Raptors Victory Rally, 4 Reportedly Injured

Shots were fired near the stage in Nathan Phillips Square—where the Toronto Raptors victory celebration was taking place on Monday—causing the crowd to disperse.

Canadian Officer Severely Injured in Single-Vehicle Crash

An officer with the Montreal Police was badly injured when his patrol vehicle crashed into a tree while en route to a call for service.

Canadian Agency Approves New Training Facility for Firearms and Defensive Tactics

Officers with the Saskatchewan Highway Patrol will soon have a new training facility to work on firearms and defensive tactics skills.

Video: Canadian Police, Fire Agencies Partner in Active Threat Response

The Vancouver Police Department recently began training together to work closely in delivering potentially life-saving capabilities into "warm zones" in which an active threat may still be lurking.

Attacker's Gun Malfunction Saves Canadian Officer from Off-Duty Shooting

President of the Winnipeg Police Association Moe Sabourin told 680 CJOB that the incident occurred when the officer was walking to his vehicle after a tour of duty.