• SHEDDING LIGHT ON WORKPLACE INCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS
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Volunteer Season Ahead

Monday, February 25th, 2019

The “HELP WANTED” is in the window for the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund (JPMF).

That’s because we have a couple of events coming up that require the help of volunteers.

The Calgary Police Half Marathon and our next casino – the biggest fundraiser of the year – are coming up in the next few months. {read more}

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Recognizing Leadership

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

The John Petropoulos Memorial Fund (JPMF) and the Calgary Police Service (CPS) recently recognized a pair of law enforcement leaders.

The John Petropoulos Leadership Award – given on an annual basis to a CPS member from District 6, where Const. John Petropoulos worked as a constable, as well as an officer from District 1 – rewards Calgary constables who display those attributes that John himself demonstrated. Those include integrity, dedication to police work, commitment to excellence, courage and honour.

The award includes a cash prize and a stay at a hotel or gift certificates. The prize offers an opportunity for the award recipients to enjoy a getaway with family or friends, and hopefully leave the stresses of police work behind for a brief time. {read more}

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Research Paper Sheds Light on Workplace Incident Investigations

Monday, December 17th, 2018

Dangerous workplace incidents are often the result of criminal negligence and are not just due to “unfortunate circumstances,” according to a recent research paper.

The report, entitled The Criminal Law Response to Workplace Safety Incidents, was authored by former Calgary Crown Prosecutor Jonathan W. Hak and occupational psychologist Robert B. Stewart.

The paper reflects on the implementation of workplace safety legislation in the wake of the Westray Mine disaster and determines that lack of enforcement has resulted in a “near zero deterrent effect” with the Criminal Code. {read more}

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