The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is hosting OPPBound 2014 in the City of Orillia from July 5 to 7, 2014. This year’s recruitment initiative will be focussed on women and men who are current or past members of the Canadian Military, Regular or Reserve, and who are interested in exploring a career in policing. 183 more words
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Traffic Statistics – Distracted Driving is Number One Killer on Roads
OPP Asking for Public’s Help with Distracted Driving Campaign (March 8 to14, 2014)
Irresponsible driver behaviour has the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) concerned about the fate of many road users this year as officers prepare to launch their next campaign against Distracted Driving. 433 more words
It’s March Break!
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Central Region is reminding the public that the annual school Spring Break begins today in many of our areas. 207 more words
Quinte News - Mar 6th, 14
Tyendinaga Mohawk protestors on Shannonville Road calling for a federal inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women got some support Thursday. 130 more words
By Dalson Chen and Julie Kotsis
The province revealed Thursday it is coming into debt-ridden Amherstburg to conduct a financial review.
That news followed an announcement by the OPP earlier in the day that there was no need for a criminal investigation into the town’s affairs. 751 more words
Ontario police defend use of drone cameras over protests
First Nations protesters have blockaded a highway at the Tyendinaga First Nation in Ontario and the provincial police have taken to Twitter to defend their use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to monitor the situation. 326 more words
Watch the video above: OPP take oversight of investigation into Mayor Rob Ford. Jackson Proskow reports.
TORONTO – At the request of Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair, the Ontario Provincial Police has assumed oversight in Project Brazen 2 – the police investigation into Mayor Rob Ford and Alexander ‘Sandro’ Lisi. 692 more words