News Archive

Posted On Thursday, April 18, 2019

Khalsa Day - Chief McCord & Chaplain Inderpal Singh WATCH
This week we would like to honour the celebration of Vaisakhi, which for Sikhs signifies the birth of the Khalsa.
It was in April 1699 when Sikhs were blessed with an internal code of conduct and a uniform based on the five Ks by the tenth Guru:
Kesh: uncut hair.
Kangha: a wooden comb for the hair.
Kara: an iron bracelet.
Kachera: a cotton undergarment.
Kirpan: an iron dagger.
Chief Chris McCord and Peel Regional Police Chaplain Inderpal...

Read More...

Posted On Sunday, April 14, 2019

911Peel Regional Police 9-1-1 operators regularly receive calls that are not emergencies and are a misuse of the system.  To give you a taste of how often this occurs, let us look at the number of 9-1-1 calls that were made to Peel Regional Police in January and February of 2019. Our call takers received a total of 65,547 calls to 9-1-1, of those, 28,298 were misuse calls. That means that 36% of the calls received were not emergencies and could have been handled another way.
This...

Read More...

Posted On Monday, April 08, 2019

textingAccording to recent studies, a driver talking on a mobile phone is four times more likely to crash than a driver focusing on the road, while drivers are eight times more likely to be in a crash or near-collision while texting. It’s estimated that distracted driving is a factor in approximately 4 million vehicle collisions in North America each year. These statistics paint a shocking picture of just how deeply distracted driving affects our community.
April is distracted...

Read More...

Posted On Monday, March 25, 2019

media-flagWatching the flag peacefully blow in the wind brings pride, but watching the accomplishments of the Athletes brings so much inspiration.  Peel Regional Police and Special Olympics athletes proudly raised the flag at Peel Regional Police Headquarters on Monday, March 25 as part of celebrations for the 50 th anniversary of Special Olympics Ontario.
In celebration of the 50 th anniversary of the Special Olympics movement, the 2019 Special Olympics Ontario Invitational...

Read More...

Posted On Friday, March 15, 2019

A Message from our ChiefGood morning,
As a result of the tragic incidents in New Zealand last night, this is a sad day for the Muslim population and all residents of New Zealand. This impacts the entire global community and we all grieve together. These acts of violence not only have an effect on those directly involved, but have a long-lasting impact on communities.  I have been in contact with members of my Muslim Advisory Committee and the Muslim Council of Peel and I want to reassure our...

Read More...

Contact Us