ISIS group says it hacked Malaysia Airline site
KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) – A terrorist group calling themselves “Official Cyber Caliphate” said yesterday it hacked the Malaysia Airlines official website. According to the airline, the data servers remained the same and passenger bookings were not affected. A message of ‘404 –Plane Not Found’ and ‘Hacked by Lizard Squad’... Read more
Ferguson police officer to be cleared of civil rights charges
Photo and article by Reuters The New York Times has reported that Darren Wilson, a Caucasian police officer who shot Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, is about to be cleared of any civil rights charges by the United States Justice Department, since an FBI investigation... Read more
Torontonians protest Ferguson grand jury decision
There was a sea of candlelight, people dressed in black, signs of support and chants of solidarity against racism and police brutality in the chilly fall weather Tuesday night in downtown Toronto. Around 2,000 people participated in a protest against police brutality on African-Americans on Tuesday at the US... Read more
Toronto Police meet to rebuild rapport with transgender community
Representatives from the Toronto Police’s LGBT Community Consultation Committee met with leaders and members of the city’s transgender communities at the 519 Community Centre on Tuesday to try to mend their  historically troubled relationship. Const. and  LGBT Liaison Danielle Bottineau, Insp. Barbara Mclean and CCC co-chair Hugh Ferguson talked about reporting crimes... Read more
SkedLive November 14, 2014
The Police Literacy Initiative is a community organization made up of young professionals and community leaders. They have met regularly since September with each other and people in law enforcement to come up with ways to improve street policing practices like spot checks and carding in Toronto. They are... Read more
Peel officer stable after Brampton court shooting

A Peel police officer is in stable condition after he was shot at the Brampton courthouse today.

Const. Mike Klarenbeek, a 29-year police veteran, was rushed to Toronto’s Sunnybrook hospital after the shooting at the A. Grenville and William Davis Courthouse at 11 a.m.

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Changes proposed for Toronto Police street checks

The Toronto Police Services Board wants the public’s feedback on a serious of proposed changes to regulations on how officers conduct street checks.

The public is asked to attend the board’s next meeting April 8 to respond to a draft policy presented last week that makes some major changes to existing policy.

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Seven arrested in Toronto’s Super Bowl RIDE

The Toronto Police Services had an increased R.I.D.E (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) patrol throughout the City of Toronto, according to a statement released by TPS on Jan 31, 2014

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A shooting rampage by a lone gunman in Georgetown, Guyana, has left five people dead, another injuried and a nation questioning the operations of the Guyana Police Force.

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