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Posted Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Peel –Road safety continues to be a high priority for Peel Regional Police in an effort to keep our roads and highways safe. As such, Peel Regional Police Commercial Motor Vehicle Inspectors have made presentations to fleet operators over the past year in an effort to keep their vehicles safe. As part of this initiative, On July 26, 2016, Police Service representatives from Toronto Police Service, York Regional Police, Halton Regional Police, Waterloo Regional Police and Ontario Provincia...

Posted Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Brampton – Officers from 22 Division and Central Robbery Bureau have arrested two men in relation to a rash of gas station robberies that occurred in Brampton over a 24 hour period, on July 18, 2016. During this time frame, the culprits attended various gas stations in the Brampton area:   12:25 am 9 Bovaird Drive. 1:30 am 354A Queen Street West 1:40 am 121 Kennedy Road North 8:50 pm 7995 Kennedy Road South 9:00 pm 7995 Dixie Road 10:45 pm 27 McMurchy Avenue North 11:20 pm 200 Sandalwoo...

Posted Tuesday, July 26, 2016

16-174 - Drugs and Firearm seizedBrampton – Investigators with Peel Regional Police Street Crime Gang Unit have arrested four people in connection with the seizure of drugs and a firearm from search warrants executed as a result of a Brampton investigation. On Monday, July 25, 2016, investigators executed search warrants of a vehicle and a residence located on Church Street East in Brampton.  As a result, quantities of cocaine and crystal meth were seized, as well as a loaded .45 calibre, semi-automatic handgun. James L...

Posted Monday, July 25, 2016

Peel Regional Police Warns of Continued CRA/Immigration Scam Peel - Investigators from Peel Regional Police would like to again remind the public of the ongoing calls citizens are receiving with regards to the Canada Revenue Agency / Immigration scams. Police are urging citizens to be extra vigilant of suspicious phone calls. Police continue to receive reports from residents who have received phone calls from persons posing as Government Officials from various federal agencies including, and ...

Posted Monday, July 25, 2016

Peel -Drinking and boating accounts for approximately 40% of boating-related fatalities on Canadian waterways.  To raise awareness and reduce alcohol related deaths, Peel Regional Police is joining the Canadian Safe Boating Council (CSBC) to launch year 3 of an initiative called “Operation Dry Water”  It’s goal is to discourage this dangerous practice. With the summer boating season in high gear, the August long weekend is the perfect time to remind Canadian boaters about the ...