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Posted On Friday, October 12, 2018

Museum LeadChief Jennifer Evans cut the ribbon this morning officially opening the new Peel Regional Police Headquarters and Museum located at 7150 Mississauga Road in Mississauga. The 92,000 square foot building sits on approximately 7.59 acres and is home to approximately 232 employees. It is home to the Chief’s Management Group and a number of administrative bureaus including Corporate Communications, Corporate Planning and Research, Human Resources, Finance, Facilities Management,...
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Posted On Thursday, October 11, 2018

danny martini One bright sunny day a girl found herself at a crossroad in her life, post-secondary school finished but not sure about her direction. As she voiced her concerns to her brother, he suggested ‘why not become a police officer, apply to Peel’. Her immediate response was “but I’m just a girl and short one at that, have you looked at me”. He laughed commenting those objections did not matter, telling her she would be great at it.
This idea gave roots...

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Posted On Thursday, October 11, 2018

Roundabouts Some people see a roundabout and are not sure what to. They can’t go straight, they can’t go left and they can only go right.  They may begin to feel nervous or anxious but there is no reason to fear the roundabout. Take a breath and read the steps below. It will bring you understanding and confidence for the next time you come face to face with one of these ever increasing traffic control measures.
When approaching a roundabout:
Slow down.
Select...

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Posted On Wednesday, October 10, 2018

24 One in five Canadians experience some form of a mental illness in their lifetime. In Peel, we have approximately 6,000 mental health related calls that we attend every year. That’s 16 calls every day.
In March 2015, Peel Regional Police collaborated with the Canadian Mental Health Association to introduce the 24.7 Crisis Support Peel Dufferin Program. The program is intended to respond to the growing need for mental health support in Brampton and Mississauga.
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Posted On Tuesday, October 09, 2018

Peel Police Running TeamHundreds of police and peace officers recently completed a run to honour fallen officers and support the families of those that have passed.
The National Peace Officers Memorial Run is now in its 14 th year. The founder and chair of the Memorial Run, Staff Superintendent Randy Patrick of Peel Regional Police, is amazed at what it has grown into; “This year, we had 280 runners from 22 different law enforcement agencies. They all have the same goal of raising awareness...

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