Tag: Winnipeg Police Service

EDITORIALS

STATS DON’T LIE – People Do!

It’s not often I read something Winnipeg Sun Columnist Tom Brodbeck writes that I disagree with. That didn’t change when I saw his latest headline, […]

LOCAL NEWS

CIVIL FORFEITURE – Hitting Criminals Where it Really Hurts

Since 2009 the Manitoba Criminal Property Forfeiture Unit has operated under the authority of the Criminal Property Forfeiture Act which allows the director of the unit […]

LOCAL NEWS

WPS Officer Faces Criminal Charges

On Wednesday, April 3, 2013, the WPS announced that Sergeant Richard Sierhuis-47 years, a twenty-four (24) year veteran, has been charged with Fraud Over $5,000 […]

LOCAL NEWS

Brazen Killer on the Loose – The Clocks’s Ticking on the First 48

I worked my first homicide case today, that is, as a crime reporter. After retiring from the Police Service after a twenty-six (26) year career, […]

LOCAL NEWS

LANGSIDE MURDER – Shots Fired Turn into Homicide #4

Winnipeg Police PIO (Public Information Officer) Constable Eric Hofley confirmed Homicide Investigators are working 2013 Murder Case #4 after Police responded to a call reporting shots fired in […]

LOCAL NEWS

SHOTS FIRED – Bullets Fly on Langside Street

WPS officers flooded into the area of 500 Langside Street on Tuesday afternoon responding to reports of a shooting. Media reports indicate that a woman […]

LOCAL NEWS WPS HOCKEY

WPS HOCKEY TEAM – Scoring Big for Charity

The Winnipeg Police Service is known for having some of the best hockey talent in Canadian Law Enforcement.  They’re also know for their philanthropy. In […]

LAW & ORDER

THE EVOLUTION OF LAW – You Have the Right to Google

The world of Law Enforcement just took a giant leap in evolution. Judge H. A. Lamoureux of the Provincial Court of Alberta recently considered a […]