Law enforcement

Canadian and American agencies conducted a live maritime border defence exercise along the southern coast of British Columbia and northern Washington last month. (Courtesy BC RCMP)

Canadian, U.S. agencies display border defence readiness around Gulf, San Juan islands

Suspicious vessels discovered during live exercise identified, boarded

 

Midway RCMP arrested three suspects who allegedly fled police in Oliver in this late-model Dodge Caliber. One of the suspects allegedly backed the car into a police cruiser, denting the Dodge’s rear passenger quarter-panel. Photo: Submitted

B.C. Mounties use spike belt to nab suspects who fled police

Suspects could face a ‘plethora’ of criminal charges: Midway RCMP

 

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Privacy watchdog says RCMP’s use of facial-recognition tool broke law

Privacy commissioner issues report on the force’s information gathering from U.S. firm Clearview AI

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B.C. RCMP say 585 total fines for COVID-19 infractions have already been issued since Jan. 8, 2021. Photo: Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press

Nearly 600 COVID-19 fines already issued by B.C. RCMP in 2021

The Lower Mainland District accounts for 415 total infractions

B.C. RCMP say 585 total fines for COVID-19 infractions have already been issued since Jan. 8, 2021. Photo: Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press
A suit against a Nanaimo RCMP dog handler and the Attorney General of Canada and B.C. Minister for Public Safety and Solicitor General, claiming use of excessive force causing injuries, has been filed with the B.C. Supreme Court by a man who was arrested following a two-hour chase through the wilderness in the Nanaimo Lakes area in 2019. (News Bulletin file photo)

Man arrested by Nanaimo RCMP police dog handler after snowy chase suing for damages

David Alan Banford alleges serious injury and Charter rights violations from 2019 arrest

A suit against a Nanaimo RCMP dog handler and the Attorney General of Canada and B.C. Minister for Public Safety and Solicitor General, claiming use of excessive force causing injuries, has been filed with the B.C. Supreme Court by a man who was arrested following a two-hour chase through the wilderness in the Nanaimo Lakes area in 2019. (News Bulletin file photo)
Sooke RCMP will not enforce the speed limit in school zones while classes remain cancelled and schools are closed. (Black Press Media)

Sooke RCMP not enforcing school zone speed limits

Because students not attending class, the school zone is not enforceable, police say

Sooke RCMP will not enforce the speed limit in school zones while classes remain cancelled and schools are closed. (Black Press Media)