TABLE OF CONTENTS 2006 issue 3

BY FRAN YANOR

With some teens commonly stealing 10 cars a day, the situation was getting out of control. Led by Chief Cal Johnston, the Regina Police Services launched the Auto Theft Strategy that involved getting to know (and help) your “clientelle”...

BY TIM PAGE

The Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries provides a checklist to evaluate the federal government’s ability to re-invest in military and security forces while achieving strategic long-term economic benefits for Canada...

BY KEN KRUKEWICH, BY BERNIE GROVER

We are in the midst of another great breakthrough in Modeling and Simulation – a technological ­revolution facilitated by the emergence of very high speed computers that process huge amounts of information at an ever decreasing cost...

BY ROBERT DAY

If you don’t have it, don’t count on it. There has been a concerted movement towards the development of “light” forces with agile support services. We must take time to reflect on the full impacts some of these decisions might have.

BY KELLY WILLIAMS

To efficiently manage this major Canadian Forces transformation, it has been broken down into a four-phase process.

BY JUDY BRADT

Canadian companies are winning in the US defence and security technology market. Can your company win get there? How long will it take? What makes a company successful?

BY BOB BERGEN

Predictions that the Forces would be hard-pressed to meet ambitious expansion targets may well be locked in time because the most recent figures show exactly the opposite in 2006.

BY DWIGHT N. MASON

The U.S. and Canada have agreed to renew the NORAD Agreement that provides binational air defense control and space warning. This latest renewal adds an ­important new feature.

BY JAMES COX

CF transformation is generally moving forward as planned, however, serious problems could erupt if it gets out of synch. There are many complicated balls in the air right now, and they all need money and people.