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This article is courtesy of The Hamilton Spectator. Written by Susan Clairmont. You’ve probably never heard of the province’s Serial Predator Crime Investigation Co-ordinator. Even most police officers don’t know what it is. Yet, without the co-ordinator, serial sex killer Russell Williams might not have been caught so quickly. Its success should be something [...]
Waterloo Regional Police Service’s innovative use of case management software “Between May of 1987 and December of 1992, Paul Bernardo raped or sexually assaulted at least eighteen women in Scarborough, Peel, and St. Catharines, and killed three women in St. Catharines and Burlington, Ontario. Paul Bernardo is a unique type of criminal, a determined, organized, [...]
Article courtesy of Pulse 24 It’s a bitter lesson from the worst crime in Ontario history – the Paul Bernardo case. And now the government is moving to ensure it never happens again, by mandating that every police force in the province use a new computer crime fighting tool. PowerCase allows detectives to accumulate clues [...]
Article courtesy of Pulse 24 It’s called PowerCase and it’s already helped solve one of Toronto’s most famous crimes. The new computer system Queen’s Park has now made mandatory for police forces throughout Ontario helped bring Holly Jones’ killer to justice. It’s made by Xanalys, a Massachusetts company that spent years coming up with a [...]
Province to unveil mandatory systemCreation of $32M PowerCase was rocky Feb. 15, 2005 by Nick Pron and Richard Brennan, staff reportersArticle appears courtesy of the Toronto Star It took eight years and $32 million to build, but in the end police forces in Ontario needed a push from the province to join with a sophisticated [...]
The provincial government makes a case management system mandatory for all forces. Officers explain how it could ease the search for the next Paul Bernardo by Shane Schick Article appears courtesy of IT Business Canada TORONTO – An Ontario government mandate requiring its police forces to use a software system that collects and analyzes data about [...]
PowerCase helped solve six homicides in 2004 By Jillian Follert Article appears courtesy of Durhamregion.com OSHAWA – When it comes to the benefits of technology, Durham Regional Police Chief Kevin McAlpine says you can’t argue with the numbers. Out of six Durham homicides in 2004, six were cleared by investigators using the Major Case Management [...]
When the man known as the “Bedroom Rapist” began terrorizing Toronto in June, police girded themselves for a big investigation. By September 13 the rapist had broken into 12 homes during the early hours of the morning, sexually assaulting or raping female victims as young as five and as old as 75. Sometimes he would [...]
(Article appears courtesy of The Canadian Press) by Mike Oliveira TORONTO (CP) — Following criticism that sex killer Paul Bernardo could have been captured much sooner if police had shared information, Ontario police have launched a new system to help track serial criminals. Police forces across Ontario will soon use a computer system to retrieve [...]
By Andrea Baillie, Article appears courtesy of The Canadian Press WALKERTON, Ont. — Safe drinking water could be another two months away for beleaguered residents of this small southwestern Ontario town facing a deadly bacteria outbreak that has killed at least seven people. As the town braced for a third week without clean water, the man [...]
By Heather A. Smith (Article appears courtesy of itWorld Canada) The circumstances were chilling and all too familiar: a serial rapist was prowling Scarborough. He had broken into over a dozen houses, assaulted eight women and was terrorizing the community. But unlike the case of the “Scarborough rapist”, who managed to evade police by changing [...]
Ontario’s Justice Center Uses PowerCase as the Key Component of its Major Case Management System — and Wins CIO Canada’s ITX Award for Business Leadership. Click to view pdf article.