Tag: Domestic Violence


Attack on Law Enforcement Reprehensible – Truth Irrelevant in APTN Discussion

It’s difficult for Law Enforcement Agencies to build bridges in Indigenous Communities when radical Indigenous activists seem motivated to keep driving that wedge. Last week […]


Child & Family Services – A Pathway to Homicide?

I just read an opinion piece published on the CBC News Indigenous site penned by Pamela Palmater, called “Foster care system one of the paths […]


Police Make Quick Arrests in Valentine’s Day Killings

The Winnipeg Police Service Homicide Unit wasted no time identifying and arresting suspects in two unrelated Valentine’s Day killings. On Friday, February 16, 2018, the […]


The Murder Merry-Go-Round – Two Time Killer’s Conviction Merits Nary a Whisper

There was a lot of stuff going on in the news cycle this past week. The Raymond Cormier trial took centre stage and chewed up […]


Police Insider Captures – The Stories Behind the Lens

I’m sure many police officers scratch their heads when they see me at crime scenes snapping photographs. Some undoubtedly judge, others hopefully support. That’s life. […]


Silence Deafening When Script Flipped in Domestic Violence Cases

I find it interesting. The lack of outrage expressed when a man is killed in a domestic violence homicide that is… On November 1, 2017 […]

EDITORIALS Police Insider - Murder in River City - Year in Review

2016 Murder in River City – Year in Review

It’s never easy. Solving homicide cases is hard work. People who commit murder seldom do so during business hours and have little regard for statutory […]


The Police Beat – Insider Perspectives

“An altercation then ensued between the female and How which ended with the female stabbing him in the upper body.” That’s how Police described the […]