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Tse Chi Lop, one of the world’s biggest drug dealers, arrested in Amsterdam – CNN

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The no-knock entry: Why are some Canadian police behaving like Americans?

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/editorials/article-the-no-knock-entry-why-are-some-canadian-police-behaving-lik Related Black community demanding answers from police in man’s falling death Anthony Aust fell to his death after Ottawa police executed ‘no-knock’ raid of family’s apartment CBC News · Posted: Oct 19, 2020 4:58 PM ET | Last Updated: … Continue reading

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Money-laundering commission resumes hearings in B.C.

Commissioner Austin Cullen presides over opening statements at the Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering in British Columbia on Feb. 24. Hearings will resume today after being suspended for the provincial election. (Ben Nelms/CBC) Money-laundering commission resumes hearings in B.C. … Continue reading

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A case in Alberta raises the question: Why are bad police so rarely fired?

A case in Alberta raises the question: Why are bad police so rarely fired? https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/editorials/article-a-case-in-alberta-raises-the-question-why-are-bad-police-so-rarely/

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Car theft caught on video shows high-tech thieves stealing Lexus in seconds | CBC News

Car theft caught on video shows high-tech thieves stealing Lexus in seconds | CBC News https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/high-tech-vehicle-theft-42-division-1.5651337 — For those with only keyless FOBs for their vehicles police are suggesting parking in a garage if possible, and put the FOBs in … Continue reading

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Court challenge launched over Ontario disclosure of COVID-19 testing with police

Court challenge launched over Ontario disclosure of COVID-19 testing with police https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-court-challenge-launched-over-ontario-disclosure-of-covid-19-testing/ Safety of first responders is important and so is preventing misuse of private health information. Hopefully they can find the right balance and have independent and effective oversight … Continue reading

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B.C.’s money laundering fuelled by offshore and drug money, inquiry hears – The Globe and Mail

Peter German, former deputy commissioner of the RCMP, speaks at a news conference on money laundering in Vancouver in 2018. DARRYL DYCK/THE CANADIAN PRESS MIKE HAGER – VANCOUVER MAY 25, 2020 Some of the billions of dollars that have been … Continue reading

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Google tracked his bike ride past a burglarized home. That made him a suspect.

Zachary McCoy used an exercise-tracking app, RunKeeper, to record his rides.. image: Agnes Lopez / for NBC News Big data when used without limits or oversight often results in privacy breaches and wrongful assumptions. Police can now get personal details … Continue reading

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Cash for needle returns? Homeless Winnipegger says incentives, help from city could clean up camps

© Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Raymond Dunn lives in a tent in a neatly kept area behind Balmoral Hall, a private girls’ school a short walk from a homeless encampment along the Assiniboine River. Raymond Dunn lives in a … Continue reading

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Tech giants and others are Reading License Plates

Google And Facebook Are Reading Your License Plates https://jalopnik.com/google-is-reading-your-license-plates-1839259494 Some police, public or third party for profit traffic or parking photo enforcement partners, public auto insurance providers and others are also using OCR and automatic license plate readers (ALPR’s). In … Continue reading

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