WRITERS

(2016,
issue 4)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

There is a need to map out which groups and which people have the information, skills and techniques to contribute to a broad and integrative model of safety and security.

(2016,
issue 4)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

FrontLine looks at the research and input that went into the creation, by the Ottawa Police, of the Strategic Operations Centre, which went operational in October 2016.

(2016,
issue 4)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

To understand how analytics can impact the frontline officer, FrontLine talks to three officers from the Ottawa Police Service: ­Constables Lana Cameron and Ian Matyas, and Detective Jean-Luc Bonin.

(2016,
issue 3)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

Working towards improvement of police-community relations is critical for successful future policing directions.

(2016,
issue 2)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

The discussions and agreements from the recent summit of the "three amigos" are several items that affect safety and security and, more importantly, continued reinforcement of the importance of regionally-integrated solutions.

(2016,
issue 2)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

The Kanishka project is a government investment in terrorism-focused research. It provides for new safety and security tools, materials and knowledge to help to better understand terrorism in the Canadian context, and how policies and programs can best counter violent extremism.

(2016,
issue 1)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

Acts of terrorism frequently cover multiple jurisdictions – planning in one or more cities, and attacking in another. Properly trained and equipped police forces would therefore have several opportunities to prevent the sort of terrorist attack we are becoming all too familiar with... if only they had the resources.

(2015,
issue 3)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

A look at why conference events are so good for intelligence gathering, and how best to capitalize on opportunities.

(2015,
issue 3)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

This letter goes to the heart of a request to re-assess some of your election pledges based on pivotal “events” that are changing the global landscape.

(2015,
issue 2)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

FrontLine readers consistently rate cybersecurity, critical infrastructure protection, and the health and safety of frontline responders as top priorities. I encourage all of you to continue emailing me with article suggestions.

(2015,
issue 1)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

As we begin our second decade, I offer an opportunity – to all who work in crisis management, business continuity, public safety, law enforcement, and similar organizations – to share your concerns and your knowledge with our readers.

(2014,
issue 3)
BY JONATHAN CALOF

Following in the steps of retired General Clive Addy, who steered this magazine throughout its first nine formative years, Jonathan Calof sets out his plan for changes at the helm of FrontLine Security.