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Posted On Sunday, September 13, 2020

On a daily basis, employees at Peel Police go above and beyond during the course of their duties and far too often, these moments go unrecognized.
Not today.
On September 12, 2020, our communications centre received reports from concerned family members regarding the well being of a woman in Mississauga, who was in mental health distress. Kimberley Stezinar, was assigned as a call-taker for the night shift and received a call from the partner of the woman in distress....

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Posted On Friday, August 21, 2020

HeartWe have good intentions when we enter into an intimate partner relationship. Upon meeting that special someone, we identify characteristics about them that complement our own and fulfill us in some way. That’s what makes them unique.
At the start of the new relationship, there is whimsical excitement, a feeling of euphoria, or bliss in what appears to be a magic-like bubble of two. A lot of time spent indulging in one another, trying to keep one another happy. Peel Regional...

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Posted On Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Tele Town Hall InfographicOn June 30, 2020, Chief Nishan (Nish) Duraiappah hosted the first-ever Tele-Town Hall conference call for Peel Regional Police. This call provided you, the community we serve, with an opportunity to speak directly with our Chief, his management team and our community leaders about the issues that matter to you most.
The information gathered from our citizens will be invaluable to us as we continue to implement meaningful change to the way we Police the Region of Peel. 
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Posted On Thursday, July 09, 2020

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When I became Chief of Peel Regional Police last October, I did so with a mandate of change, to move this organization forward with the goal of better service to the community. I have since listened, observed, and now it is time to act. I want to take this opportunity to highlight some of the necessary steps we have chosen to accomplish this significant systemic organizational change.
It will be a multi-facet approach focused on three key areas: 
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Posted On Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Men from the Mohawk Nation at Kahnawake (Caughnawaga) who were the Canadian lacrosse champions in 1869 provided by Library Archives Canada The Origin of Canada’s National Summer Sport and Its Enviable Legacy in Brampton The Indigenous History of Canada’s National Summer Sport The Indigenous people of Turtle Island (North America), especially from Ontario, Quebec and the State of New York, have hundreds of years of experience playing Lacrosse (or Baggataway as it was referred in as early as the 16th century).This game involving catching, carrying and throwing a ball with sticks into the opponents net...
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