Aviation & Policing

A 16-year veteran of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Jacques Brunelle was an investigator with their National Security Investigation Section in Ottawa. He has authored a book on the RCMP, and written numerous articles for Blue Line, Pony Express and Information magazines dealing with police matters and police aviation in particular.

Articles by this writer

March 2014  |  Magazine

From modest collaborative roots between RCMP, police, and the Ottawa International Airport, Airport Watch has grown to circle the globe.

July 2011  |  Magazine

This unique partnership structure combines aviation industry, volunteers and law enforcement in cooperative efforts.

March 2009  |  Magazine

Uniformed volunteers contribute to the security of major Canadian airports.

December 2007  |  Magazine

Equipped with binoculars, scanners, mobile phones, and reference guides, volunteer potters are providing airports with a innovative set of security options. Standardized protocols are helping the programme gain wide acceptance.

June 2019  |  Magazine

Organized crime and terrorism are innovation-led enterprises that often require passage through airport security. Authorities are in a constant race to stay ahead while streamlining the security process for citizens.