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Judge slams Peel police over ‘cavalier’ attitude towards Charter rights

A Brampton judge rebuked a senior Peel Regional Police sergeant and his fellow officers for “self-serving and less than credible” evidence in court and “lackadaisical attitudes” towards police search powers in a recent ruling on a drug possession case. 976 more words

Toronto

Toronto lawyer suing Peel Police for $1.5 million

TORONTO – A Toronto lawyer once accused of smuggling drugs into a local courthouse and arrested in front of colleagues and clients is suing police for malicious prosecution, her attorney said Friday. 508 more words

News

Peel police's 'street checks' practice similar to carding, says chief

Hours after the mayors of Brampton and Mississauga ordered Peel police to answer questions about carding practices in the region, the chief of the force confirmed to Torstar News Service that individuals are stopped by police, personal information can be obtained and entered into a database, even if no criminality or investigation is involved. 1,072 more words

Toronto

Peel police must explain what “racialized minority” means, hearing told

Does Ontario’s second largest municipal police force consider Portuguese-Canadian or even Greek-Canadian officers within its ranks “racialized minorities”? We might find out after a hearing began Monday before the Human Rights Tribunal in a discrimination case against Peel police. 547 more words

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Man stabbed at Mississauga hotel

A man was transported to a trauma centre early Monday morning after he was stabbed at a Mississauga hotel.

Peel police are investigating the incident at the Monte Carlo Inn on Dundas Street E. 64 more words

Crime

Man stabbed in Brampton, brother in custody

A man is in hospital with serious injuries and his brother is in police custody after a stabbing in Brampton.

Peel Region police officers went to a home (on Shady Pine Circle) Sunday morning to investigate a reported confrontation between two brothers in their 20s. 51 more words

Crime

Vandalism of Mississauga church, school sparks hate-crime investigation

A hate-crime investigation has been launched following the vandalism of a Mississauga church and elementary school sometime between Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.

On the morning of Wednesday, May 20, St. 148 more words

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