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Nov 22, 2002 12:52 ET

DRP Wins Award from CAA

The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) has recognized the Durham Regional Police for its commitment to school safety patrol programs. CAA Central Ontario recently awarded the DRPS with the 5th A......

Nov 22, 2002 11:00 ET

New Uxbridge Office Officially Opens

With the snip of a ribbon, the new Durham Regional Police Office in downtown Uxbridge officially opened Nov. 20th, providing citizens with easier access to police personnel. Regional Chair Roger An......

Nov 16, 2002 14:15 ET

Disabled Games a Tremendous Success

Over 60 young athletes, dozens of police officers and other volunteers filled the Pickering Recreation Complex on Saturday at the 18th Annual Durham Regional Police Disabled Games. Police Chief K......

Nov 12, 2002 05:23 ET

Students Experience Policing World for a Day

Over 40 Grade 9 students learned more about the world of policing as they accompanied their parent to work as part of Take Your Kids To Work Day. The students began their day at Headquarters in Osh......

Nov 05, 2002 13:22 ET

Safety Comes First at Oshawa Public School

A new safety program, which enlists the help of students, was unveiled today at Queen Elizabeth Public School in Oshawa. Mayor Nancy Diamond joined CAA representative Mike Beauchesne, DRPA Presiden......

Oct 21, 2002 12:12 ET

Latest Training Equipment Keeps Officers Sharp

It’s dark. A car parked at the side of a country back road matches the description of one being driven by a wanted person. A police officer approaches the vehicle and sees a man in the back seat. The ......

Oct 10, 2002 07:44 ET

Tactical Team Places High in International Competition

Durham Regional Police Tactical Officers have proven once again they are among the elite in the Province. At a competition in Toronto on October 9, the DRPS team placed third in the Tactical Divisi......

Oct 07, 2002 11:10 ET

DRP's Auxiliary Unit Celebrates 25 Years of Service

Police Services Board Chair Bob Boychyn, Oshawa Mayor Nancy Diamond and Chief of Police Kevin McAlpine celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Durham Regional Police Service’s Auxiliary Unit at Lviv Ha......

Sep 25, 2002 08:47 ET

Deterring Graffiti Crime in Your Neighbourhood

Graffiti is an act of vandalism that costs communities in increased taxes, declining property values and slumping local business. It is a $1.4 billion a year problem in Canada and a $56 billion probl......

Sep 17, 2002 12:00 ET

Durham Officer Receives Bachelor of Science Degree

Police work isn’t just about brawn. Officers must be fully aware of the psychological aspects of the job. Now, one of our police instructors has even more information to share with frontline officer......

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