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Oct 23, 2003 13:20 ET

Kids Vie to Become Police Chief

A chance to become Durham Police Chief for a day was enough to prompt hundreds of Grade 5 students from across the region to get out their pens and start writing. The students were asked to write a......

Oct 16, 2003 13:28 ET

New Courtice Policing Centre Gets the Go-Ahead

Officials from the Municipality of Clarington, the Clarington Fire Department and the Durham Regional Police Service dug their spades into the ground today to celebrate the construction on the new Cla......

Sep 09, 2003 06:12 ET

Inspector Graduates from FBI Academy

Inspector Dave Kimmerly of the Durham Regional Police Service has graduated from the prestigious FBI National Academy Program in Virginia. The 25-year veteran was one of 241 law enforcement officer......

Aug 29, 2003 11:39 ET

Staff Sergeant Rollauer Retires From DRP

After 37 years of exemplary police work, Staff Sergeant Ron Rollauer retires today from the DRP to enjoy more of his favourite pastime, fishing. As Staff Sergeant for our Regional Support Services,......

Aug 26, 2003 08:09 ET

Sergeant Keating Pedals into Halifax

After seven strenuous weeks of cycling across Canada, Sgt. John Keating and Luc Vandermeeren finally crossed the finish line in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Saturday, August 23rd. The pair have been cyc......

Aug 12, 2003 08:59 ET

Say Hello to Durham’s Newest Community Police Office

The ground has been broken, the girders are up, and Durham's newest Community Police Office is well underway. The Whitby Community Police Office (CPO), located at Rossland Road just east of Brock S......

Aug 09, 2003 12:27 ET

Sgt. Keating Rides Home

Durham Regional Police Sgt. John Keating made a stop in Oshawa on Saturday, August 9th during his cross country fundraising and awareness campaign for autism research. Sgt. Keating and fellow cycl......

Aug 01, 2003 12:10 ET

Robert Boychyn Retires from Police Services Board

After six years as Chair of the Durham Regional Police Services Board, Oshawa Regional Councillor Robert Boychyn is stepping down to take on a new challenge. The 57-year-old Oshawa lawyer has been ......

Jul 08, 2003 05:46 ET

Police Officer Cycles Across Canada for Autism

Sergeant John Keating of the Durham Regional Police Service has just begun the first leg of a 7,300 kilometre bicycle trek across Canada to raise money for autism research. The 38-year-old Sergeant......

Jul 02, 2003 09:23 ET

Construction Begins on New Regional H.Q.

Durham Regional Police officials were elated this morning as shovels broke ground for the new Durham Region Administrative Facility. Durham Regional Police Service Board Chair Bob Boychyn joined Po......

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