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Posted On Saturday, December 08, 2018

festive ride 2018 WATCH
Just like chestnuts roasting on an open fire and Jack Frost nipping on your nose are signs of the festive season, so is Peel Regional Police officers looking for impaired drivers.
The Peel Regional Police RIDE program is in full swing and officers are fanning out across the Region of Peel to not only catch impaired drivers but also to educate the public about impaired driving. With cannabis now being legal, officers continue to educate the public on cannabis and...

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Posted On Friday, December 07, 2018

Road Closure“Sad and preventable”, that’s how Staff Sergeant Gary Carty of the Peel Regional Police Major Collision Bureau describes an 18 hour period on December 4 th and 5 th in which four pedestrians were struck, three of which died, on our roads in separate incidents.  This brings the total number of fatalities on our roads to 37; 18 of which were pedestrians, two were cyclists and the remaining 17 were either passengers or drivers of motor vehicles. 
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Posted On Friday, December 07, 2018

Cst. Trujillo and shop owner Roberto Rago Watch
Together we can change the face of men’s health. Throughout the month of November, Peel Regional Police officers from 11 Division ‘C’ Platoon grew facial hair in support of Movember Canada. A total of $3,350 was raised for the foundation, which advocates for men’s health in prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health, and suicide prevention.
On Tuesday, December 4, Liboys Barbershop in Mississauga graciously opened their doors to...

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Posted On Sunday, December 02, 2018

Peel Regional Police WATCH
Made in Brampton and driven by Peel Regional Police, the Dodge Charger.
The Dodge Charger is our choice for a police cruiser and is used by frontline officers. It is their mobile office.
When the Charger is delivered to us it’s a blank slate, a simple white car. Employees from our Fleet Services Unit get to work by adding the decals and then continue to provide ongoing maintenance to the vehicles. Technicians from our Telecommunications Systems and Services...

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Posted On Friday, November 30, 2018

Advent WATCH VIDEO
It's better to give than to receive, and one of our Bureaus will give every single day leading up to the 25th. Our Corporate Communications Bureau is celebrating the season of giving by trading in our chocolate calendars for a new holiday tradition: The Reverse Advent Calendar.
Instead of opening a small window and taking a treat, the Reverse Advent Calendar requires us to give back to the community. Each day leading up to Christmas, a different item of food...

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