2018 issue 5

TABLE OF CONTENTS

BILL BLAIR's MANDATE
BY SCOTT NEWARK

Minister Blair has received his well-defined mandate, and can recommend actions that, if taken, will immediately deliver on his mandate related to Borders, Guns, Gangs and Drugs.

The recent revelation of a decision by Correctional Service Canada begs the question, how many other murderers are being released to spiritual healing lodges rather than serving their full sentences?

Twitter is reshaping and redefining the rules and boundaries of what is, and what is not, ‘acceptable’ public discourse including by Government communicators faced with the challenge, the opportunity, and the risk of using such technology.

BY J. PAUL de B. TAILLON

In response to the ongoing political, financial and economic uncertainty and instability, strategists at Germany’s Ministry of Defence developed six possible scenarios and the potential cascading political consequences.

in the 4th Industrial Revolution
BY GARRY W.G. CLEMENT

The fusion of technologies between the physical, digital and biological spheres affects every aspect of modern life and is being exploited by Organized Crime – and creates a need for expanded money laundering technologies and techniques.

BY KEN POLE

Fully operational by mid-August, the Canadian task force is fully involved in logistical support, ferrying UN soldiers around the country in Chinook and Griffon helicopters for “presence projection” missions.

By the Aftermath Association

Camp Aftermath’s novel approach to the long-term management of PTSD has attracted the attention of mental health professionals and organizations.

BY NICOLA DAVIES

A recent survey revealed that 81% of first responders and military members suffer some form of mental distress. We look at how psycholo­gical  flexibility can ease the psychological impact of frontline work.