Summer 2013 Edition of HQ Magazine Showcases Ontario Police Video Training Alliance, Asks How Police Can do “Less With Less”
(Toronto, ON) – The new Summer 2013 of HQ Magazine features a behind-the-scenes look at the work of the Ontario Police Video Training Alliance and asks hard questions about how police in Ontario can do “less with less” while meeting public expectations for safe communities.
HQ Magazine is the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police’s (OACP) official magazine. The e-magazine version is available at http://bit.ly/16OiwAx. The featured articles include:
- The OPVTA: By Police, For Police by Jamie Saunders, Ontario Police Video Training Alliance Executive Director
- Options in the “Less for Less” Budget by Superintendent Michael Farrar (Ret.)
- Stages Collision, Real Consequences by Rick Dubin, Vice President, Investigative Services, The Insurance Bureau of Canada
- Major Case Management: Who Needs it? by Wayne Sharrock, Training Coordinator, Homicide & Major Case Management, The Ontario Police College
- Danger Ahead: Keeping Online Shopping Safe From Fraud by Mark Sullivan, Director, Fraud Programs, Interac Association
- Police and Media by Sergeant Dave Rektor, Community Services Coordinator/Media Relations, OPP West Region
Readers can now directly access advertisers in HQ Magazine. Simply click on an advertisement to be linked automatically to the advertiser.
The OACP welcomes submissions for the Winter 2013/13 edition HQ Magazine. Please contact Joe Couto at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please click for the OACP Media Release.