Nova Scotia – success stories
Through innovative initiatives and programs, the RCMP works with its partners, connects with communities and supports its people in order to keep Canadians safe.
RCMP, Hockey Nova Scotia face off against bullying
When RCMP Cst. Blair Dole learned about bullying on the minor hockey team he coached, he knew he couldn't ignore it. Read more about what he did to stop bullying.
Social media followers help investigators
When investigators with Nova Scotia's Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) Unit started to worry a suspect could soon be on the run, the RCMP's social media followers may have saved the day. Read more about what happened in November 2017.
Don't drive high – New police training for updated drug-impaired driving laws
The RCMP is spearheading new changes to police officer training to keep more drug-impaired drivers off Canada's roads. Learn how the RCMP collaborated with police agencies across the country to develop new training courses, and update many others.
Police and supporters work to calm those in distress. Police encounters with people who have Autism Spectrum Disorder can be difficult. Learn how some officers have taken training to better recognize and help those with autism.
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