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Posted On Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Bob_Nagra_2021_Photo (1 of 1)Peel Regional Police Inspector Bob Nagra has shown the City of Brampton what it takes to be a role model in the community. The City of Brampton is thanking him for it by awarding him Citizen of the Year for 2019.   
Let's learn a bit about Bob, beginning with his volunteer work. 
Inspector Bob Nagra is highly motivated to raise donations and food for various food banks in the region, including ten years of organizing and fostering community partnerships...

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Posted On Tuesday, July 20, 2021

ProAction Screengrab (002) ProAction Cops and Kids  , a charity started in 1991 by community members dedicated to the health and well-being of the local youth, has launched a chapter with Peel Regional Police.
The purpose of ProAction was to create an organization that would facilitate positive and impactful connections between police officers and young people, particularly those at risk. 
The organization's focus is to raise funds needed to support various community-based programs developed...

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Posted On Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Beyond911Why doesn't she just leave? PRP's new Intimate Partner Violence Unit is a ground-breaking response model to better assist survivors. Inspector Lisa Hewison explains how it works and life-saving safety tips. Listen now !
To access helpful resources, visit SCoP.org or call (905) 450-4650. If the matter is an emergency, call 9-1-1.

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Posted On Friday, July 02, 2021

bike day 1118 Brampton residents, young and young again, received refurbished bicycles this past weekend from the Love Brampton Bicycle Clinic.
Members of the Peel Regional Police Divisional Mobilization Unit, who co-host the Love Brampton Bicycle Clinic with Love Brampton, Bramalea Baptist Church, and Heart Lake Baptist Church, have spent time this past spring reaching out internally within our organization to collect used bicycles for the program. 
This program focuses...

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Posted On Monday, June 28, 2021

Marine OfficersWith the arrival of warmer weather and the start of summer holidays, more and more people are without a doubt searching for ways to get out and enjoy the outdoors. Unfortunately, a trio of men from the Greater Toronto Area had their excursion on the water take a drastic turn, as their canoe capsized in the 30-foot deep, frigid waters of Lake Ontario.
For Constable Chris Duke and Constable Mike Beveridge, their shift on June 25, 2021, had started as somewhat routine. Then,...

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