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RCMP in Saskatchewan launch Fraud Awareness month.  The month of March will be focused on a five part series by the RCMP to increase public awareness of commercial crimes. RCMP Cpl. Hugh Gordon indicated that $1.4 million was reported lost by victims last year to fraudsters. (Source

CCTV and Police body cameras are a focus of Law Enforcement in Canada.  The Police Department in Winsor is spending $15,000 to equip each officer with not one, but two body cameras for both the public’s safety as well as its officers. The city of Toronto has nearly 100 cameras in operation covering the downtown area. (Source

Police believe Gypsy shoplifting gang is hitting retailers from the North Shore, Laval, West Island to Montreal.  In the next few days, several Law Enforcement agencies are working together to send more information and photos of the suspected gang members. The group has been responsible for the theft of over $2000 in perfume from one retailer, hit small pharmacies and Walmart. (Source

Coquitlam Mounties charge a man of over a dozen robberies.  Anthony Bakker is now facing a total of 20 criminal charges, 12 robberies and additional crimes in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, and Burnaby. Bakker is accused of using a weapon in several of his convenience store robberies. (Source

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