Law, Criminal Law
A Memoir by Patricia Elspeth Burns
After the brutal murder of my brother, the Canadian justice system worked very diligently to ensure that the three people who I believe murdered him got off absolutely scot-free, never to be held responsible for their actions or spend one day in ...
I'm gonna be a policeman, just like you dad! by Thomas Caverly
Esprit De Corpse is a book that provides a common sense approach to police work. All police officers face day to day challenges throughout their career in law enforcement. During my service I have worked in the trenches in two of Canada’s ...
Two boats and the unseen waves of life, past and present and beyond the motionless waters yet to wave by Coro Holdings LLC
David Thomson had a challenging childhood. His father abandoned his wife and seven children, leaving them to struggle with the bleak future that the desperation of poverty often brings. Determined to succeed, Thompson pursued a career with the ...
Security Without Easy Answers by Adam Blackwell
It’s Time to Declare War on the War on Crime In 2011, the Global Commission on Drug Policy deemed the War on Drugs a failure. Initiated under Richard Nixon in 1971, the War on Drugs’ emphasis on harsh law enforcement and strong-arm police tactics ...