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Posted On Thursday, May 06, 2021

Beyond the Blue - black on blueMy name is Caitlin Alwyn. I currently work full-time in the Insurance industry. I am married to Det. Constable John Alwyn and together we have three daughters. 
Over the past ten years, I have faced many of the typical challenges of being married and raising a family. However, as the wife of a police officer, there are some challenges that I did not see coming. They are unique and can sometimes only be understood by those who walk the same line as you. There is also the...

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Posted On Thursday, May 06, 2021

Green Epaulette - CstThroughout May and into June, some Peel Regional Police officers will be seen wearing green epaulettes. The colour green symbolizes the continual awareness of mental health in order to help fight the stigma that is often associated with it. 
The epaulettes are a fundraising initiative offered to Peel Regional Police employees by  Peel Beyond the Blue (PBTB)  to help raise awareness about mental health during May’s Mental Health Awareness campaign. The...

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Posted On Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Peel PoliceStaff Sergeant Baljiwan (BJ) Sandhu, a community trailblazer in advancing police-community relations, has retired after 32 years of service.
He joined the Peel Regional Police Service in 1989, and over the course of his distinguished career, Sandhu’s excellent communication skills served him well in many roles. He speaks four languages (English, Punjabi, Urdu and Hindi). In his time in the police service, he used his language skills as one investigative tool in the Homicide...

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Posted On Thursday, April 08, 2021

Beyond911_16x9_Episode_FroukeAntuma_1Whether mentoring youth in Ontario, rebuilding homes in Kentucky or providing necessities for orphans in Mexico, Constable Frouke Antuma knows what Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) involves and what it takes to achieve.
When Peel Regional Police was informed that Constable Frouke Antuma had been selected as the 2020 recipient for the Community Service Award for both O.W.L.E. (Ontario Women in Law Enforcement) I.A.W.P. (International Association of Women Police),...

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Posted On Wednesday, March 31, 2021

puppyFraudsters are very skilled in their craft of deceit. In today’s age of online buy and sell transactions, many unsuspecting people are becoming victims of robberies, thefts, and fraud.
Users of online classifieds websites, whether buying or selling, can be vulnerable to crimes. The exchange of goods for payment has varying risk factors, whether via mail or face to face.
It’s been nearly a month since three puppies were fraudulently obtained in Mississauga....

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