2022 Annual Report

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 Message from the Chair, Peel Police Services Board

It is with great pleasure that I congratulate the men and women of Peel Regional Police on their achievements during the past year. We have one of Canada’s finest police services, led by Chief Duraiappah and a senior leadership team that remains responsive to the needs of our diverse and vibrant community. This includes a new strategic plan focusing on community outreach and organizational changes that reflect public feedback in the residential and business community surveys.

Last year the board commissioned a service delivery review to understand how we can better serve the
residents of Peel; we embarked on body worn cameras to enhance public and officer safety and enhance
public trust, confidence, and police transparency and accountability; and we signed a groundbreaking
agreement with the Ontario Human Rights Commission to address systemic racism in the service.

The Peel Police Services Board is committed to ensuring that equitable, transparent, respectful and accountable policing services are provided to all 1.4 million citizens who reside in Peel Region. The Board is dedicated to making Peel Regional Police the most progressive service in Canada.

Although the global pandemic presented many local challenges, Peel Regional Police met each one with
both professionalism and a focus on quality service. A key to this success was maintaining and strengthening countless partnerships with individuals and agencies throughout our Region, which remained a priority as you will see throughout the 2020 Annual Report. I also thank those in our community that stepped forward and contributed to achieving our vision of “A Safer Community Together”.

I encourage all residents to review the Report and to learn about how Peel Regional Police initiatives focus on community engagement that supports victims and promotes crime prevention and road safety. The successes showcased here are a true testament to the commitment and dedication that the over 3,100 members delivered to the residents of Peel Region.
Ahmad Attia
Chair, Peel Police Services Board 

 Message from the Chief, Peel Regional Police
 Policing Our Community
 Peel Regional Police Boundary Map
 Community Safety and Well-Being Plan
 This Year In Numbers
 2020 Workload
 Communications Centre
 Successful Partnerships and Joint Forces Operations
 Community Involvement – Giving Back
 2021 Organizational Structure
 Awards and Recipients
Officer Exemplary Service Medals
Civilian Service Awards

40 Years

Rita Poetzsch

35 Years

Pamela Binsell, Francis McMonagle, ***Frances Rozario-Mizal***

***Recommended for promotion to grade level 9 - Give her a raise!



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