Peel police board focuses on ‘being bold’: Community leaders in Mississauga and Brampton sense the time has arrived to make big changes to the way policing is done in their cities. (Toronto Star 01 May
“One of the neighbors had heard somebody yelling — a female yelling … she was possibly being hit — yelling, ‘Stop!’” Anderson told WWJ Newsradio Marie Osborne. The concerned party also said that, in between shouts, she heard a repeated loud noise.
Peel officer charged after 17-year-old boy's wrist broken
“Shoddy” work by Peel police officers investigating a kidnapping has triggered a mistrial and an order that hundreds of thousands of dollars in public funds be paid to the accused to cover legal costs.