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September / October issue of the 10-8 newsletter for Canadian police officers

Here are the highlights of the latest issue of the 10-8 newsletter for Canadian police officers:

  • Justification For Night Search Upheld: No Charter Breach
  • 22-Minute Advisement Delay Violated Rights: Cocaine Excluded
  • Production Order May Issue On Basis Of Reasonable Suspicion
  • 2013 Police Reported Crime
  • No-Knock Entry Justified: Exigent Circumstances Established
  • Arrest & Demand Required Separate Analysis
  • s.489 Authorizes Seizure of Material Unrelated To Warrant Offence
  • Demand To Be Made As Soon As Practicable, Not Forthwith
  • Crown Bears Burden Of Demonstrating Access Not Reasonably Feasible
  • Police Acted In Good Faith: Evidence Admissible
  • Back-up Officer’s Evidence Served as Corroboration

Mike Novakowski does an incredible job as the editor of these newsletters.

Remembrance Day in Bosnia and Herzegovina

I have an interest in Bosnia and Herzegovina as several family members live there.  Today this wreath was laid at Camp Butmir in Sarajevo:

A memorial wreath laid at Camp Butmir in Bosnia and Herzegovina on November 11, 2014 (photo by Rohan Maxwell).

A memorial wreath laid at Camp Butmir in Bosnia and Herzegovina on November 11, 2014 (photo by Rohan Maxwell).