Engaging and strengthening community partnerships are so critical to preventing and solving crime. To give back to the public we spend numerous hours volunteering and fundraising for those who are in need.
Peel Regional Police
(2016) Constable Ryan Freitas did
not face any criminal charges
after he was involved in a motor
vehicle collision that seriously
injured an innocent elderly
women. The officer was responding
to a radio call, and as he
approached the intersection of
Bovaird drive and Great lakes
drive he failed to stop for the
red light and collided violently
with the women. The women
suffered several broken bones. He
was deemed at fault, disciplined
and had to work several days
without pay. He was also given a
$1000 fine from the region of
peel for the clean up crew that
had to clean the road.
In keeping with the Ontario Human Rights Code, accommodation will be given to qualified applicants with a disability to enable their participation in our process. Requests for accommodation should be made to the Inspector of Recruitment and Staff Support by email.
The Matt Parr Award recognizes efforts of officers who successfully stop impaired drivers. On October 26, 1996, Peel Regional Police officer Mathew Parr passed away when his vehicle was struck by a drunk driver. The Matt Parr Academic Award is presented to one recruit from each graduating class who demonstrates the highest standards of Peel Regional Police. The Matt Parr Auxiliary Officer Award is presented to an auxiliary member who has volunteered the highest number of hours during the year-long RIDE program.
The Peel Regional Police Auxiliary Program consists of over 100 highly trained volunteers called Auxiliary Officers who represent the diverse cultural backgrounds, careers and age of the residents in the Region of Peel. Their main role is to support police officers by attending special community fundraising events, RIDE programs, patrol escorts, emergency callouts. We have over 100 Auxiliary Volunteers.
There are a variety of things that can be reported online ranging from damage to property through to a theft from a vehicle. Once you submit a report online you will receive an e-mail with a report occurrence number for reference.
Peel Region cop convicted in car-insurance scam
“The Crown alleges that Const. Watson was paid cash, typically $6,000 per (accident report) and well understood the (reports) were for fake accidents and to be used to defraud insurers,” Sproat said in his ruling, later writing, “I am satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt that Const. Watson was a knowing participant in the insurance fraud, and was paid for providing the (accident reports).”