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May 25, 2005 12:34 ET

DRP Recognizes Local Heroes

Citizens of Durham Region were recognized May 25 for their quick action and assistance to police at the Durham Regional Police Service's annual Citizen Awards. Durham Regional Police Services Board......

May 13, 2005 08:42 ET

DRP Officer is a Woman of Distinction

Detective Cathy Bawden admits being a police officer isn’t easy. She investigates crimes that would turn most people’s stomachs, helping victims move past long histories of violence and lead happier l......

May 12, 2005 09:07 ET

DRP Officer Wins OWLE Top Honour

Durham Regional Police Staff Sergeant Eva Reti won top honour at the Ontario Women in Law Enforcement awards recently. S/Sgt. Reti was awarded Law Enforcement Professional of the Year. The aw......

May 10, 2005 07:41 ET

Chief McAlpine Announces Retirement

After 33 years in policing and 19 years as a chief, Kevin McAlpine announced his retirement to the Board yesterday. Board Chair Doug Moffatt praised the Chief for his years of service and his leade......

May 03, 2005 12:39 ET

Inspector Graduates from Prestigious Program

Inspector Tom Cameron has enjoyed an eventful career and has always looked forward to learning new things and facing new challenges. That's why the 26-year veteran was eager to participate in the l......

Mar 23, 2005 14:05 ET

Deputy Chief Piukkala Receives Race Relations Award

Deputy Chief of Administration, Rod Piukkala has been awarded a prestigious Citation from the Human Rights and Race Relations Centre for his outstanding work in race relations, diversity and multicult......

Jan 10, 2005 14:56 ET

Doug Moffatt Returns as Board Chair

Former Scugog Township Mayor and retired businessman Doug Moffatt was been re-elected as Chair of the Durham Regional Police Services Board. He thanked members of the Board for their support and pl......

Nov 22, 2004 09:45 ET

DRP Welcomes new K-9 members

Durham Regional Police have a new crime-fighting duo to help keep the region safe – Cst. Bryan Armstrong and his four-legged partner, Mako. The team hit the streets last week under the coaching of ......

Nov 12, 2004 08:33 ET

Saying Goodbye to K-9 Trux

One of Durham Regional Police's most successful crime fighting weapons has retired. Trux, a 10-year-old German Shepherd completed his final shift last night, capping a nine-year policing career inv......

Oct 20, 2004 05:20 ET

Meet DRP’s New Chief (for a day)

Saluting police officers and handling media inquiries may not come naturally to 9-year-old Alexandra Wright, but she rose to the occasion as Durham Regional Police Chief for a Day. Alexandra, a Gr......

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